Academic Integrity: New Approaches for New Modalities

Distance Education Report

The subject of academic integrity touches on factors such as external pressures on students, institutional culture, curriculum and assessment, and technology.† However, much of the policy and practice developed by colleges and universities reflects the experience of the face-to-face classroom. Matthew Prineas is assistant dean for Communications, Arts, and Humanities, and Elizabeth Mulherrin is the assistant dean for undergraduate initiatives in the School of Undergraduate Studies, both at the University of Maryland University College.† They promote a view of academic integrity that takes into account the unique challenges and opportunities of the online classroom.

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