This webinar is designed for those who are engaging in rapid adaptation of courses to an online format. If you are new to teaching and learning online, this session is for you. Although there are no “silver bullets”, there are effective practices. This will be an evidence-informed, practical session designed for those who are new to online learning. This will be an interactive session and you will have an opportunity to ask questions.
This session is facilitated by Sarah Elaine Eaton, Educational Leader in Residence, Academic Integrity. Dr. Eaton gave her first webinar in 2005 and between credit and non-credit courses, she has taught over 100 online courses at a variety of levels over the past 15 years. She’ll share tips about what works and what definitely does not.
- Understand how academic integrity works in online learning.
- Be alert to predatory contract cheating that is emerging or ramping up during COVID-19.
- Get practical ideas to encourage and uphold academic integrity in your online classes.
- Gain confidence and calmness as you provide continuity and support to students.
Please note: This session will be facilitated online via Zoom. (A link to the session will be sent to registered participants prior to the session)