SubscribeRSS FeedItunes | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneInConnect(407) 823-1250Email Corrinne Stull More Faculty SeminarsLeveraging OER: Creating an Affordable and Customized Student Learning ExperienceSetting the Stage: Designing for Quality Online Learning ExperiencesProjecting Your Online Persona Via Video View AllPosted on March 18, 2015March 21, 2018 by Jonathan PizzoStrategies to Encourage Academic Integrity in Online Exams Seminar Date: March 18, 2015 at 1:00pmAbstractOnline exams are popular in college courses, offering a time-efficient and flexible way of assessing student learning. Students often prefer them because of the convenience factor, while instructors like that they do not expend valuable face-to-face class time. However, the concern about students cheating on online exams is pervasive throughout higher education. Instructors often worry that it is difficult for students to remain academically honest under such conditions. In this session, resources and strategies to encourage academic honesty in the online exam environment such as considerations for test construction and exam settings will be shared. Specifically, we will showcase an instructor’s use of ProctorHub, UCF’s newest online proctoring tool, which is designed to mitigate these concerns.PresentersBeth Nettles Ph.D.Instructional Development SpecialistCenter for Distributed LearningUniversity of Central FloridaDr. Beth Nettles is a Web Project Manager for the UCF Center for Distributed Learning and an Adjunct Instructor for the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Dr. Nettles has over fifteen years of experience teaching programming, software applications, and web technologies in post-secondary education. As an Instructional Developer, she has created a number of professional development resources designed specifically for faculty teaching online courses.Debbie Kirkley M.A.Instructional DesignerCenter for Distributed LearningUniversity of Central FloridaDebbie L. Kirkley is an Instructional Designer for the UCF Center for Distributed Learning. She has over 15 years of experience in assisting faculty in the design, development, and delivery of online courses while specializing in the research of emerging technologies. Debbie has also taught online as an adjunct professor with the College of Education. She is currently working on a pilot program for adaptive personalized learning.Session Recordings and Supporting MaterialsRecording:Streamed Podcast Session: http://media.blubrry.com/faculty_seminars_in_online/p/cdl.ucf.edu/staticfiles/faculty_seminars/seminar10.mp3Podcast (faculty-seminars-in-online-teaching): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | About Faculty SeminarsPresentation MaterialsSession Handout [5.98 KB; PDF file]Presentation PPT [1.36 MB; PDF file]WCET Blog Post: Attacking Cheating and Instilling Academic Integrity in StudentsEDUCAUSE: 7 Things You Should Read about Supporting Academic Integrity in Online EnvironmentsLike what you see? Tell the world!