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Assessment (Re)Design and Academic Integrity

Session Overview

This video was part of the July 2020 REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit

This session explores the keys principles and practices for ensuring academic integrity in online assessment design. Specifically, the session:
-Defines foundations of academic integrity in assessment design
-Surveys key approaches to online assessment development 
-Provides overview of tips and techniques for designing effective and secure online assessments
Whether participants are designing an online or hybrid course from the ground up or revising existing courses for online delivery, this session will provide a range of easy-to-adapt, research-based strategies and tactics to create authentic assessments.


Douglas Harrison

Vice President and Dean, School of Cybersecurity and IT, University of Maryland Global Campus

Douglas Harrison is Vice President and Dean of the School of Cybersecurity and Information Technology at University of Maryland Global Campus. Harrison consults nationally on academic integrity, authentic teaching and learning, and faculty performance assessment. He has held administrative and faculty appointments at Trinity Washington, James Madison University, Florida Gulf Coast University. His work has been recognized with the National Education Association’s Award for Excellence in the Academy and the John W. Kluge Fellowship at the Library of Congress.