5004 - How Much Cheating Is Happening in Nursing Education Today and What Can We Do About it?

How much Cheating is Happening in Nursing Education Today and What Can We Do About it?

Mountain Measurement, Inc. will be hosting a free panel discussion titled “How much Cheating is Happening in Nursing Education and What Can We Do About it?” This 60-minute discussion will take place on Tuesday October 20, 2020 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific Time.

Although the event is free, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited so be sure to register as soon as possible.

The panel will feature the following distinguished leaders in nursing program evaluation

Shawna Higgins, PhD, RN - Dean of Academic Affairs at Chamberlain University. Participated in the AZ Board of Nursing's development of advisory position paper pertaining to cheating in nursing education.

Jennie Miron, PhD, RN - Board of Directors for the International Center for Academic Integrity and Faculty at Humber College.

Rose Rossi Schwartz, PhD, MBA, RN - Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs Widener University with expertise in secure exam delivery through an LMS

Lynn Webb, EdD - Psychometric consultant and auditor for assessment programs pursuing IEC/ISO 17024 accreditation through ANSI. Recently, Lynn was a secret shopper participating in mock test sessions that were proctored by the leading remote proctoring solutions available today. 

James Wollack, PhD - Editor of Quantitative Methods for the Detection of Cheating and faculty and the University of Wisconsin.

Fall 2020 Cheating Panelists