Presented by: Teaching and Learning with Technology
Academic integrity is a complex issue in higher education, and one that faculty across disciplines struggle to address. Why do students cheat? How can we create classroom environments that encourage academic integrity? What strategies can we use that will reduce the likelihood of cheating? What technologies are available at Penn State that can help our students learn more effectively so they are prepared for assessments?
This session will cover the above questions and introduce you to tools you can use that both discourage and prevent academic integrity issues in your classes. We will discuss tools used for both formative and summative assessments, and address a wide range of assessment types (exams/quizzes, papers, project-based assignments, etc.).