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Phil Newton talks about promoting academic integrity on episode 157 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
People have cheated forever.
Think about all the good principles of assessment, but do that through the lens of academic integrity.
If you make it easy for things to happen, then they’re more likely to happen.
We don’t design assessments to catch cheaters — we design assessments so that students can show that they’ve learned.
- TIHE 19: Cheating Lessons with James Lang
- Cheating Lessons*by James Lang
- Tricia Bertram Gallant
- TIHE 100: The Failure Episode
- International Center for Academic Integrity
- Contract Cheating and Assessment Design
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