Toward the Future of Academic Integrity at UBC
May 20 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
This live panel discussion will offer an opportunity to learn about effective Academic Integrity education practices from UBC Vancouver and Okanagan faculty members providing leadership in this area. The program will conclude by encouraging participants to ask questions and provide feedback regarding their needs for AI education support.
The panelists include: Dr. Simon Bates, Dr. Moberly Luger, Dr. Laurie McNeill, and Dr. Laura Patterson.
As higher education institutions prepare to increase in-person instruction, in combination with online and hybrid models, the panelists will share their thoughts about how our campuses and instructors can be intentional about designing and implementing Academic Integrity education. The panelists have been asked to speak to the following questions:
- What are the most effective practices for creating a culture of integrity while teaching in person and online?
- In particular, what actions or activities may promote “Bandwidth Recovery” – as the conference keynote calls it – for a diverse student body whose cognitive resources might be depleted due to the pandemic and other factors, such as racism?