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In partnership with The Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), we’re excited to bring you a four-part series of our Integrity Matters vidcast + live Q&A with one of Australia’s leading authorities on e-cheating and assessment security - Professor Phillip Dawson from Deakin University.Armed with insights from his latest book ‘Defending Assessment Security in a Digital World’, Phill chats with Turnitin’s Chukwudi Ogoh about shoring up the integrity and security of assessment in a digital setting, as we look ahead to hybrid learning modalities.
In this first instalment, Phill discusses the e-cheating phenomenon, charting the magnitude of the problem across specialist cheating software and hardware and its links to commercial cheating via ‘essay mills’.
Phill delves into assessment security - measures that education professionals take to detect cheating, evidence attempts to cheat and make cheating harder - and how it corresponds to the positive, values-based academic integrity mission in a remote, digital learning environment.
In this third instalment, Phill explores the prevalence and potential of artificial intelligence in the delivery of assessment security and student-accessible technology. He observes how AI is providing both a means to cheat and the mechanism for detection, and contends that boundaries must be drawn around where AI efficiency stops and AI cheating begins.
In this final instalment, Phill takes a holistic look at the assessment security endeavour and considers how our expectations of academic integrity may evolve both within and beyond an institution. With technology and surveillance moving faster than educational discourse, he advocates for checks and balances to avoid a weaponisation of academic integrity that inflicts harm.
In a special live Q&A event to round off the series, Phill will be answering your burning questions around assessment integrity and security. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from a leader in the field - submit your questions now. Also, be one of the first 100 attendees to register for this event, to receive a digital copy of his book!
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An example of what you can ask Phill: ‘How can educators boost integrity during high-stakes assessment?’