Australia/Sydney 11.00am | Wed 20 June 2018
USA/Los Angeles 6.00pm | Tue 19 June 2018
UK/London 2.00am | Wed 20 June 2018
Cara Dinneen – Academic Director – Navitas English
Alison Black – eLearning Developer – Hawthorne-Melbourne
Juliana Kendi – Director of Studies – La Trobe Melbourne
Do you have issues concerning academic integrity? Is ghostwriting increasing in your context? Would you like to discuss and learn different approaches from others in managing and promoting academic integrity? Academic integrity continues to be a global issue as increased accessibility to technology provides new challenges for teachers and managers, especially in English language learning contexts.
This workshop will use the format of a World Café, a relaxed setting which allows participants time to share issues with academic integrity at their colleges, and to discuss strategies for addressing it. It will be structured under the categories of assessment design, teacher and student support strategies, and policy and institutional support.
Participants will learn more about issues and approaches to managing academic integrity in these challenging times.
Whilst open to all Navitas staff, this session is particularly relevant for those teaching Academic English courses and academic skills support.