Chapter 24: Technology-based assessment and academic integrity: building capacity in academic staff
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This chapter presents two case studies that illustrate ways of building the capacity of academic staff members to learn more about academic integrity and technology-based assessment during the emergency shift to off campus delivery necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. This involved creating safe spaces to experiment with assessment design and consider academic integrity principles, in addition to learning more about the methods of detection of contract cheating. While these approaches will not eliminate the difficulties of detecting breaches in academic integrity or the adoption of technology in education, they do support innovation, progress and personal development. As we move to the post-pandemic phase of a changing environment of technology-based curriculum and assessment, the lessons learned about ways of encouraging capacity building are shifting some former approaches to academic staff development in the teaching and learning environment.

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