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Almost two years into the pandemic and with remote learning still widespread in the global higher education sector, what are some of the challenges for ensuring the integrity of student learning and how can educators best prepare students for their next steps?
Join eminent academic Dr. Sumit Narula of Amity University to explore a range of current integrity issues impacting the academic and research community in South Asia and beyond. Dr. Narula brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from the world of teaching, research and scholarly publishing and will share insights on the impact and consequences of breaches of academic integrity for scholars, institutions and the wider research community, whilst also highlighting best practices to promote positive approaches to learning.
Attendees will have a unique opportunity to put their questions directly to Dr. Narula during the session.
This webinar is the concluding part of a series of discussions with Dr. Narula exploring a range of topics impacting academic integrity, catch up with previous conversations on student collusion and contract cheating.