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Promoting Academic Integrity in the Online Classroom

Academic Integrity Teaching Strategies and Techniques

Promoting Academic Integrity in the Online Classroom

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Teddi Fishman, director of the International Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University, advocates an instructional design/community-building approach to academic integrity rather than an adversarial approach. Her stint as a police officer informs this stance. As radar gun companies introduced improved speed enforcement tools, the latest radar detectors (often produced by the same companies) rendered such improvements ineffective. “I learned that you can't out-tech people, and you don't want to get into that situation. You don't want to have that arms race. Certainly some security measures are going to be necessary, but don't get into the habit of relying on technology to establish a climate of integrity, because it can have adverse effects. Nobody wants to feel like they're being watched all the time,” she says.

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