Reflection on academic integrity during COVID-19

Josh Seeland
Beyond the widely addressed challenges and problems associated with the ongoing COVID-19 situation, there may be a few windfalls. For those of us working in the world of academic integrity, the pandemic has been a catalyst in thrusting research evidence to the front burners of post-secondary education. More than a few of us, myself included, saw what was for years a leviathan on the sides of our desk become an official job title during this year. We quickly found ourselves connecting with
more » ... from coast to coast on what has and hasn't been working in the field over the past few years. On a weekly basis, we have attended and delivered webinars, synthesizing new information, and finding congruence across borders and between colleges and universities.
doi:10.11575/cpai.v3i2.71648 fatcat:l4i2gzmksnak7m5z6zndswwfha