Hybrid Learning and Cheating: Assessment Must Evolve

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by Greg Toppo Anyone who crossed their fingers hoping the college fall term would go smoothly received a harsh dose of reality: Despite images of crowded football stadiums and tightly packed convocations, coronavirus variants often made this fall look a lot like last fall.  The rise of cases on campus brought the prospect — yet again — of remote learning. In August, California State University, Stanislaus, announced it was moving all classes online until Oct. 1. Others, such as Rice University, in Texas, took similarly cautious stances. Meanwhile, Lehigh University, in Pennsylvania, and a few others allowed professors to decide whether or not to move their classes […]
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