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In this webcast, Dr. Khan shares emerging themes in the education landscape and how students, educators, and researchers can and should prioritize academic integrity in our modern world. 

In an ever-changing education landscape, writing and learning with integrity are being prioritized by students and instructors worldwide. This recorded webcast discusses the challenges faced in modern academia with Dr. Zeenath Khan, Assistant Professor of Cyber Ethics & Academic Integrity at the University of Wollongong in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). 

"Just as we expect ‘charity to begin at home’, academic integrity also begins with us, the academics. As a teacher of ethics and integrity, I persevere to be a role model of integrity for my peers and my students, to demonstrate with my behavior, my work, and my practices the values of integrity I want to see in them.” - Dr. Zeenath Khan

Dr. Khan conducts research on academic integrity and helps individuals to better understand ethical behavior, integrity, and cultural tolerance with her use of guided discussions, instructional technology, and collaborative group work. She believes that academic integrity is "the foundation upon which we stand as academics. Without integrity in what we teach, how we teach it, how we deliver and assess the subjects and courses we teach, the knowledge we impart has no value."