Safeguarding Academic Integrity in Online Assessments and Examinations
Organised by School of Business (SBUS) and Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
Academic integrity remains one of the most challenging topics for teachers, especially during online teaching. With the online assessments and examinations upcoming, how about telling us your experience in safeguarding academic integrity in online teaching, and then joining a webinar for a good conclusion of your modules?
Topics and Speakers:
Escape from the Ghostwriter-Haunted House
Dr Lawrence Lei
Assistant Professor, Department of Accountancy, The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong
Dr Lawrence Lei worked with one of the Big 4 international CPA firms and different casino hotel resorts as the external auditor, internal auditor, tax consultant and gaming analyst before joining HSUHK. Since he joined HSUHK, Lawrence has been working on the University’s Junzi Corporation Survey Project as a team member and is currently the Co-Chairman, and he is responsible for promoting the Junzi education to business entrepreneurs in the local community. Lawrence is also the co-editor of the HSUHK Business Review. His teaching interests include financial accounting, business accounting, auditing and assurance. His research interests are gaming research and research on labour union, financial accounting, auditing and assurance, taxation, tax compliance, insurance regulations, corporate governance, and business ethics.
From Online Exams to Alternative Assessments: How can Technologies Help?
Dr Crusher Wong
Senior Manager (e-Learning), Office of the Chief Information Officer, City University of Hong Kong
Dr Crusher Wong is the Senior Manager (e-Learning) in the Office of the Chief Information Officer at City University of Hong Kong. Before joining CityU, he received a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Western Ontario. As a physics lecturer, Crusher introduced WebCT learning management system to the CityU community in 1998. Subsequently, he took the responsibility of managing the e-learning at the university. His latest challenge is to enable real-time teaching and assessments online during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
Assessment Alternatives: The Fight for Academic Integrity
Mr Darren Harbutt
Senior Educational Development Officer, Educational Development Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Mr Darren Harbutt is a Senior Educational Development Officer in the Educational Development Centre of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He coordinates the EDC’s eLearning team and chairs the MOOC Lead Group. Before this he worked as an Instructional Designer at the University of Hong Kong. Darren has worked in education for over 20 years and in the last few years he has led projects on blended learning and eAssessment.
Professor Bradley Barnes
Dean of School of Business, The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong
All academic staff are welcome to join.
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