….A survey done by Kessler International in 2017 highlighted that “79% admitted to plagiarizing their assignments from the internet; 42% purchased custom papers online; and 28% said they had a service take their online classes for them…Read full article here.
The SAT and ACT have always been the ultimate paper-and-pencil exams, but that era is approaching its end. But how secure can the digital tests of the future be without proctors watching test takers in person? Amy and Mike invited ProctorU executive Ashley Norris to illuminate the reality of how remote proctoring actually works…Listen to the podcast here.
…That is because many things will revert to business as it was. Students will return to campus as enrollments return to familiar patterns following demographics and economics. We won’t fret about social distancing in libraries and dinning halls. We will forget how many people predicted that Covid-19 would close countless colleges and universities for good. Other changes will linger, becoming new normals and we will let fade how and why they came […]
As colleges and universities prepare for the unprecedented challenge of reopening campuses amid an ongoing pandemic, a few decision-makers in higher education spoke to EdTech about how they are addressing the most pressing concerns for the upcoming school year…Read full article here.
My advice for anyone in technology is to be constantly learning, to not let anything limit what you learn. Everybody in tech has to have an attitude that everything they know is outdated in 12 months. And because that’s true, it’s far less about gender or any other demographic and more about your ability to see trends and integrate them wisely into your work…Read full article