The “Digital€ Approach to Academic Integrity in 7 Steps

Distance Education Report

When it comes to enforcing and encouraging academic integrity, “our approaches haven’t changed much in a century,” says Matthew Prineas, assistant dean for communication, arts, and humanities at University of Maryland University College.  Prineas co-chairs a WCET common interest group focusing on academic integrity, and he has spent a great deal of time considering academic integrity and how it fits with the “rapidly changing landscape of higher education,” including distance and online education.

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