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Assessment integrity

Online learning good practice
Icon for assessment integrity Your course is online, your students are engaged and it’s assessment time. With academic integrity and contract cheating being global areas of concern, here you will find useful resources to assist with developing online assessments as well as tips to ensure academic integrity. 
Resource   Resource type Level
Academic integrity during COVID-19   Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner
Alternatives to exams - From CRADLE at Deakin University   Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Creating academic integrity resources for rapid online delivery   Case Study icon Case study Beginner
Encouraging academic integrity online   Icon for article Article Beginner
How to engage online learners in authentic assessment Icon for the word new   Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner
Your content is online, what's next? Tip #7: Build feedback loops into your online teaching practice   Icon for article Article Beginner
Teacher’s Handbook on e-Assessment - Geoffrey Crisp   Icon for handbook Handbook Beginner
To invigilate or not to invigilate, that was the question Icon for the word new   Icon for article Article Beginner
         
Academic integrity and online learning   Icon for guide Guide Beginner/
Intermediate
Academic integrity toolkit (TEQSA)   Icon for toolkit Toolkit Beginner/
Intermediate
Detecting and addressing contract cheating in online assessment    Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner/
Intermediate
How to effectively use assessment in online and blended learning to help your students succeed Icon for the word new   Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner/
Intermediate
Keep teaching: Educators - academic integrity and assessments    Icon for information hub Information
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Beginner/
Intermediate
TEQSA Toolkit to support quality assurance agencies to address academic integrity and contract cheating   Icon for toolkit Toolkit Beginner/
Intermediate
         
Developing secure online exam capability   Icon for blog Blog Intermediate
Key lessons and successes of the University of New England's experience in implementing large scale remotely invigilated (proctored) online exams   Icon for video series Presentations
and videos
Intermediate
         
Authentic online oral assessment - an examination replacement    Icon for webinar Webinar Intermediate/
Advanced
Deakin University: Ensuring academic integrity and assessment security with redesigned online delivery    Icon for guide Guide Intermediate/
Advanced
Online exam challenges: migration or transformation?    Icon for webinar Webinar Intermediate/
Advanced
         
IRIS Invigilation (IRIS) software detects academic dishonesty during online assessments. IRIS records audio, video, and computer screen activity for the duration of a test/exam. IRIS analyses these recordings using machine learning and automatically flags potential cheating   Icon for service provider Service
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TEQSA makes the information on this website available to assist higher education providers, ELICOS providers and foundation program providers to provide online learning in order to manage the impact of COVID-19. It has been obtained from a range of external sources and has not been generated by or on behalf of TEQSA. You should read, and carefully consider, the disclaimer before accessing any of the material.