Are more students engaging in academic misconduct now than is normally the case? Should colleges be turning to proctoring services and lockdown browsers to fight cheating? Or are they better off encouraging instructors to assess students in new and different ways that are less susceptible to gaming?
- Bradley Davis, associate director of the Office of Student Conduct at North Carolina State University
- Kate McConnell, assistant vice president for research and assessment and director of the VALUE Institute at the Association of American Colleges and Universities
- David Rettinger, professor of psychological science and director of academic integrity programs at the University of Mary Washington and president emeritus of the International Center for Academic Integrity.
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