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Preserving Academic Integrity in a Remote Course - Shared screen with speaker view
eCO Webinars
25:41
Skid has prepared for us many resources that will guide his sharing today. You can follow along here: https://www.jamesmskidmore.com/skidpresentations/preserving-academic-integrity-remote-course
Lena Patterson
26:02
Hi Jennifer - welcome
Lena Patterson
26:33
If you just arrived and haven’t taken a moment to introduce yourself in the chat, please do.
Lena Patterson
28:13
Welcome Telex! Nice to have someone joining us from the Rock.
Cecilia Aponte-de-Hanna
28:18
thank you!
David Porter
32:27
Great resource, Skid. Thanks for making it available.
Cecilia Aponte-de-Hanna
41:57
Great idea of collaboration!
eCO Webinars
43:30
Hi Saidu, you can access all the information being shared via this link: https://www.jamesmskidmore.com/skidpresentations/preserving-academic-integrity-remote-course
Lena Patterson
44:26
All of Skid’s resources are CC BY SA: https://www.jamesmskidmore.com/
Lena Patterson
50:00
Bookmarking this Padlet now, it is fantastic
David Porter
50:32
Agree. Bountiful resource.
Lena Patterson
50:54
It’s a joy to listen to you, Skid!
Christy Conte
51:17
Thanks for all the resources!
David Porter
51:20
Thanks Skid.
David Porter
53:51
What you describe is a proactive approach, Skid. I like the framework approach to building an inclusive understanding of the academic approach of the institution.
Cecilia Aponte-de-Hanna
53:53
yes sometimes cheating is lack of learning time and the need for work
David Porter
55:16
Better to set a high expectation than remediate "cheating."
Lena Patterson
55:20
There is some Zoom link sharing going on here!
eCO Webinars
57:08
https://academicintegritycouncilofontario.wordpress.com/
David Porter
57:11
My take-away... "Invest in the learning proceses. engagement = investment."
Lena Patterson
57:12
@Jay: here is a question for Skid which I can’t add to the Q&A. What is going to be the most important thing to keep in mind regarding assessing this fall?
eCO Webinars
58:25
Thanks for sharing Amanda! Here is the link to the Academic Integrity Council of Ontario (AICO) https://academicintegritycouncilofontario.wordpress.com/
David Porter
59:01
Stay away from the notion of "best practices," and go with the authenticity and localization advice from James. There is NO one size fits all. There si no bets practice. The approach you use is always bounded by context.
Amanda McKenzie
01:01:22
Building the culture of academic integrity has really come to the forefront of things during the pandemic; however, it is something we should always be nurturing.
David Porter
01:02:17
Agree. But not let's not reduce it to a formulaic approach.
Cecilia Aponte-de-Hanna
01:02:22
Teach students the value of citing!
Lena Patterson
01:02:33
Thank you so much Skid!!
eCO Webinars
01:02:34
Thanks for attending everyone! I hope to see you at some of our upcoming webinars on the assessment strategies. Find out more here: https://www.ecampusontario.ca/support-teaching/
Anahita Baregheh
01:02:34
Thank you, a great session :)
Janice Cooke
01:02:37
Thanks Skid and eCO!
Lena Patterson
01:02:39
Wonderful work
David Porter
01:02:40
Well done Skid!