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No assessment is immune to cheating, and recent large-scale survey research suggests that exams are the site of increased cheating - and more undetected cheating - than take-home written tasks (Harper, Bretag, & Rundle, 2020). Assessment security in remote settings has proved a contentious matter since the onset of the pandemic, forcing educators to evaluate measures such as exam invigilation and issues such as student privacy. 

 As we adapt to remote learning and look ahead to hybrid modalities, higher education must ensure that students are achieving the learning outcomes for which they are assessed, across all learning environments. But how should we apply assessment security and academic integrity to validate assessment outcomes in remote settings? 

Three esteemed panellists and a Turnitin moderator will lead a roundtable discussion to unpack the future of online assessment delivery. Speakers will share insights across their specialisations of online teaching, learning design and assessment security and integrity, to strengthen our understanding and execution of remote and authentic assessment.