The COVID 19 pandemic is responsible for instructional delivery changes in the higher education environment. The forced closing of many traditional classrooms, and teaching virtually, is taking the transfer of knowledge to students into a different realm. Adjustments must be made by students and professors alike to ensure that students continue to learn. However, as institutions transition away from the face to face classroom setting to the virtual platform, opportunities for cheating increases and changes to teaching and assessment should be implemented. Included among the innovations and adjustments must be testing and assessment methods that will hopefully guarantee learning but minimize the opportunity to cheat and ensure academic integrity among students.
Keywords: virtual, assessment, pandemic, integrity
saunders, william and Perkins, Carlton
"Teaching, Learning and Academic Integrity During the Pandemic,"
Southwestern Business Administration Journal: Vol. 19:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/sbaj/vol19/iss1/8
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