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CeTEAL: Academic Integrity and Best Practices in Digital Learning Bookmark and Share

Apr 16

10:50 a.m. @ KRNS 210
Free but registration required

This course is a required course for the COOL Course Development (CD) Cohort 8 Grant awardees, and is also open for other faculty interested in learning more about academic integrity. This course is designed to provide faculty with a foundation behind basic considerations for and technologies to support enhanced academic integrity within their courses, from online, to hybrid, to traditional/face-to-face classes supplementing with digital technologies. Learn more about the technologies you may use to ensure your students are authentically developing their assignments; strengthening the integrity of your online quizzes and exams; and ensuring that your courses and programs meeting your program- and college-level accreditation requirements for student integrity and authentication requirements.

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Contact Center for Teaching Excellence to Advance Learning for additional information