Student authentication and identification are hot topics in the evolving discussion around academic integrity, with implications for both institutional administrators and policy makers. In spite of the technological advances providing an increased ability to monitor academic integrity and stop financial aid fraud in both traditional and online programs, many institutions struggle with selection and implementation.
The National University Technology Network is partnering with The State University of New York to host a one-day workshop to inform and empower you with the knowledge and tools necessary to implement your institutional response to this challenge.
October 6, 2015
10:00am - 3:30pm, Monroe A & B
Monroe Community College
Rochester, NY 14623
Leading the Charge:
GET THE LATEST FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Listen as two experts from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General discuss the role the OIG is taking in the fight against fraud. Special Agent Matt Wardle and Investigative Analyst Nicole Eisenzopf will provide insight into the cases they have prosecuted and the practical applications for your institution.
HEAR FROM INSTITUTIONAL LEADERS
Join a conversation with several college leaders who have successfully implemented solutions at their institutions. Best practices and implementation strategies will be shared.
TALK TO VENDORS & SOLUTION PROVIDERS
Meet and greet vendors who are leading the way in authentication and proctoring solutions through informative presentations and one-on-one conversations.
REGISTER TODAY <https://nutnnetwork.wildapricot.org/event-2035062>
SUNY Attendees FREE
Registration includes event access and lunch.