Although working to the same goal of validating student learning outcomes, academic integrity efforts are experienced differently across the Asia-Pacific region.
It’s been said that cheating is as old as learning itself, and it’s a pretty accurate analogy. It captures the longevity of students’ desire to cheat, and the evolution of cheating behaviours that reflect the changing nature of education practices.
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When you think about academic integrity, what comes to mind first? You may conceptualise it based on your institution’s policies on academic conduct and anti-cheating measures, or your own understanding of what constitutes honest behaviour in the pursuit of an education.
Academic misconduct in one form or another has plagued teaching and learning since the dawn of education, and any attempt to ‘solve’ student cheating must consider the varied and enduring motivations that exist, and how they’re impacted by new developments such as the growth of technology and rise of AI writing.
We often refer to assessment as the critical intersection of learning and teaching where student learning outcomes and teaching efficacy can be evaluated, and it’s receiving greater scrutiny than ever before. Changes in assessment are afoot, as learning institutions contend with various developments including the possibilities and challenges of digitally-enhanced education delivery, and how technology can be best embraced for the digital, post-pandemic era.
How can institutions conduct assessment that is truly compatible with our hybrid future, mitigating cheating and misconduct risks and enabling both educators and students to thrive? And how can we achieve this as AI and AI writing transforms students’ work and proof of learning? Download our ebook to learn more.
The realities of online and hybrid education settings, renewed expectations on institutions to produce job-ready graduates, and students' own desire for instruction that better supports them in achieving learning outcomes, are all demanding more from feedback.
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Checking for plagiarism throughout the research-writing process ought to be a priority for all researchers and institutions in upholding research integrity and avoiding reputational risk. Manual searches alone are time-consuming and prone to inaccuracy, requiring a more comprehensive solution for plagiarism checking.
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