academic integrity

Ed tech must reads: column #52

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 13th September Scientists Asked Students to Try to Fool Anti-Cheating Software. They Did. From Vice Proctoring software for online exams has undoubtably been the most controversial part […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #46

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 2nd August 2022 How to make your teaching more interesting from Times Higher Education The digital age has made it hard to be bored, with entertaining stimuli everywhere. This […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #41

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 28th June 2022 University Administrators Views on the Outsourcing of Online Learning from Evan Silberman (Thesis) Adding to the excellent CMM feature story from Gilmore and Nguyen about Online […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #39

First published in Campus Morning Mail 14th June 2022 Programme design and delivery through the lens of academic integrity from Quality & Qualifications Ireland Kane Murdoch is the manager of the Conduct and Integrity Unit […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #35

First published in Campus Morning Mail 17th May 2022 14 Equity consideration for Ed Tech from Campus Technology The process of introducing a new education technology to an institution can be lengthy, needing to balance […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #34

First published in Campus Morning Mail 10th May 2022 An online engagement framework for Higher Education from Online Learning One of the most commonly expressed concerns about teaching online – particularly from educators more comfortable […]

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Ed tech must reads – column 3

Originally published in Campus Morning Mail 31st Aug 2021 Identifying, Evaluating, and Adopting New Teaching and Learning Technologies from Educause Review The most common questions/complaints that I hear as an education technologist from academics wanting […]

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