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An interactive event on the future of Education & TechnologyJoin us to hear from our leadership team, discover what’s on the horizon with our product suite and learn from your peers in the academic community on Tuesday 26 October 2021 9:00 am–5:00 pm (AEDT).
Turnitin’s new Chief Business Officer, Sebastian Vos, will introduce himself to customers and deliver a corporate update and long-term vision, followed by an APAC update by our Regional Vice President, James Thorley.
Sebastian Vos | Chief Business Officer, Turnitin
James Thorley | Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Turnitin
Director of the Higher Education Unit at TEQSA, Helen Gniel will canvass current challenges and opportunities in the higher education landscape and how TEQSA is supporting institutions.
Helen Gniel | Director, Higher Education Integrity Unit, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA)
Premier authorities in the field of contract cheating will explore the need to expand contract cheating detection capabilities at institutions on a larger scale, and advise on strategies to achieve this.
Associate Professor Ann Rogerson | Associate Dean (Education), Faculty of Business and Law, University of WollongongAssociate Professor Cath Ellis | Associate Dean (Education), Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture, University of New South Wales
Dr Jasmine Thomas | Associate Director, Academic Integrity, University of Southern Queensland
Kane Murdoch | Head of Student Conduct and Integrity Unit, University of New South Wales
Integrity is often described as the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. This is fundamentally known to drive who we are and how we act, personally and professionally. The aim of research integrity is ensuring that research is trustworthy, ethically and responsibly conducted, described and reported.
Daniel Barr | Principal Research Integrity Advisor, RMIT UniversityDr David Blades | Senior Coordinator, Research Integrity and Governance, RMIT University
Director of Product Marketing, Classroom Assessment, Gretchen Hanson will provide customers with a high-level walkthrough of our product roadmap and upcoming plans for our product suite, designed to reflect the future of education and meet your evolving needs.
Gretchen Hanson | Director of Product Marketing, Classroom Assessment, Turnitin
Eric Wang, Senior Director, Turnitin AI, will explore the role of artificial intelligence in Turnitin’s vision and demonstrate how we’re harnessing AI-assisted technology in our product suite.
Eric Wang | Senior Director, Turnitin AI, Turnitin
In a university-wide survey conducted by Duke Kunshan in early February 2020, assessment was a key challenge for faculty; especially in natural and applied science courses and language courses where paper and pens are always required. Concerns around grading load, consistency within the teaching team, and promptness and comprehensiveness of feedback, further constrained assessment delivery during the subsequent shift to a remote and hybrid teaching environment.
Mengyu Ma | Learning Experience Designer, Center for Teaching and Learning, Duke Kunshan University (China)Jiaxin Wu | Educational Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning, Duke Kunshan University (China)
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.
Associate Professor Ann Rogerson | Associate Dean (Education), Faculty of Business and Law, University of WollongongDr Preman Rajalingam | Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy, Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeSheona Thomson | Strategic Lead, Assessment and Academic Integrity, Queensland University of Technology
This session provides an opportunity to learn about the successful journey from pilot to formal adoption of Gradescope at the University of Melbourne.
Patrick Stoddart | Senior Manager - Academic Systems & Digital Experience, The University of Melbourne