Webinar: Academic integrity in the age of AI

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As an online instructor, you want to trust that your students’ work reflects their honest efforts and abilities, but in the age of AI, you might fear that cheating is inevitable in the online environment. Is that the case?

Learn how to create a learning environment that supports academic integrity in any modality with Instructional Designers Laura Foley and Kirk Wilkins.

Recorded November 16, 2023.

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Laura Foley

Laura Foley

Instructional Designer III

Laura Foley got her start in instructional design as an editor for online courses, and she tends to approach instructional design with the eye of a writer and editor—she will look for logical structure and flow and engaging "storytelling". She served on the UM System Digital Accessibility Task Force and strives to find ways to make accessibility less daunting for faculty. In addition to giving presentations and workshops on accessibility, she's presented on online problem-based learning, universal design for learning (UDL), and inclusive online teaching.

Kirk Wilkins

Kirk Wilkins

Instructional Designer II

Kirk joined Missouri Online in June of 2023 after spending the last several years working in higher education. A former English teacher, he is committed to offering students a meaningful, engaging, and rich learning experience. His interests include authentic or alternative assessments, process-centered teaching, universal design for learning, effective feedback, and the intersections of learning with creativity, user experience design, multimedia, and artificial intelligence.