"Now that education is taking place in and from our homes, online and through Zoom, we have a direct window into each other’s lives. You see three or four little kids running around in the background, and that shifts your perspective. This is powerful because it humanizes education."
- Drew Smith, Director of Online Learning, Walsh College
While the pandemic presented challenges for us all, it also surfaced a unique opportunity to develop more meaningful relationships by bringing an added degree of authenticity to teaching and learning. The better we understand each other, the greater we can grow together to support and encourage our best original work.
Join us for Humanizing Academic Integrity In Higher Education, a live conversation with Dr. Drew Smith on bringing students back to the center of the academic integrity experience, what that looks like at a programmatic level, and how Turnitin technology is a piece of the puzzle for institutional change.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Reframe the student role in academic integrity cases by cultivating a perspective of “we” rather than “you versus me.”
- Embrace open and meaningful dialogue to break stigmas about academic integrity.
- Posture assessments and anti-plagiarism tools as ways to deepen and explore learning rather than as snares of offense.
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