Do Colleges Let Students Get Away with Cheating?
One in four college students -- and growing -- now take at least one online course. Recent data suggests an estimated 6% of online students have at least one infraction, even in proctored environments. But in an increasingly fragmented system of learners, using a multiplicity of devices and formats, are schools making cheating a priority -- or are they sweeping it under the rug? Join leaders in higher ed and online proctoring to discuss the future of academic integrity.
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- Understand how colleges and universities are addressing issues of cheating online.
- Learn how the changing landscape of online learning affects rates of cheating and other test-taking violations.
- Highlighting the solutions that exist to help schools ensure the integrity of online courses.
- Michael London, CEO, Examity
- Lauren Cifuentes, Professor and Director of Distance Education and Learning Technologies, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
- Ben Mancall, Student, University of Massachusetts Boston
- Ken Hartman, Senior Fellow, Eduventures
Ben Watsky, Chief of Staff, Whiteboard Advisors
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