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Welcome to a special four-part series of our Integrity Matters vidcast on Tackling e-cheating and Assessment Security with Professor Phillip Dawson, in collaboration with The Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE). 

In this second instalment, Phill delves into assessment security - measures that education professionals take to detect cheating, evidence attempts to cheat and make cheating harder - and how it corresponds to the positive, values-based academic integrity mission in a remote, digital learning environment.

With challenges and trade-offs to robust assessment security, what do educators need to consider when securing their assessments, and can we apply any elements of cyber security to education? Watch the video to hear Phill’s perspective.

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