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Academic Integrity: Remote and Online Integrity

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Academic Integrity in Remote, Online, or In-Person Classes

Anyone Can Be a Math Person. (2020, Sept 1). Academic Integrity Remote, Online, or In-Person Classes [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/smlDdYUvNvA

Tips for Protecting the Integrity of Online Quizzes and Exams

  • When taking quizzes or tests online, it is important to ensure that you work independently, and that you do not have access to unauthorized aids.
  • Make sure that you know what materials you are permitted to use during the assessment: Can you use notes or readings? 
  • Are you permitted to look information up on the web during an assessment?
  • Follow any time limits your instructor imposes.
  • Unless your instructor tells you otherwise, you should always complete online quizzes and tests on your own (Trent University, 2020)