19th October 2020
Presented by Sharon Flynn, Fiona O’Riordan and Rob Lowney, with EDTL interns Ruairi O’Gallchoir (IUA), Laura Anne Scanlon (DCU) and Ben Ryan (TCD).
As part of Ireland’s inaugural National Academic Integrity Week (19 – 23 October), join Sharon Flynn (IUA), Fiona O’Riordan (DCU) and Rob Lowney (IUA/DCU) to talk about how to use technology to support a culture of academic integrity in online and remote teaching and assessment. Warning: we will not be focusing on detection or surveillance tools, but rather on how to use technology to support communication and meaningful assessment in the online environment.
As part of the IUADigEd contribution to the national week of events, our EDTL student intern team will spend the week promoting academic integrity on the edtl.iua Instagram account, highlighting supports that are available to students who need a little help with completing assignments. And we will be re-launching our Advice for Academic Integrity in Online Assessment in a new, engaging form to complement the EDTL Approach for Effective Remote Teaching.
- The EDTL Approach: Consider Assessment and Feedback.
- Rob’s slides are available and include a graphic of the Vevox poll at http://bit.ly/slides19oct
- Fiona’s slides are also available at http://bit.ly/AI-19Oct2020
- Literature review on Academic Integrity available on the DCU TEU site
- How do I support my students’ academic integrity? from UCD
- What is a Learning Portfolio? Powtoon video
More about our presenters
Rob Lowney is EDTL project team member and learning technologist at DCU
Fiona works as an Academic Developer in the Teaching Enhancement Unit at DCU.
Sharon is project manager of the EDTL project with the IUA
IUA student associate intern
TCD student associate intern
Laura Anne Scanlon
DCU student associate intern