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As expressed in the preface of Dr. Velliaris’ IGI Global publication titled, Academic Language and Learning Support Services in Higher Education, today’s higher education (HE) environment is dynamic and complex, and to promote student learning in the long-term, there is evidence that academic skills need to be ‘enduring’. Academic Language and Learning (ALL) support services is about building relationships with HE students, locating places where they may become disconnected, and helping them to reconnect.
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While contemporary society is demanding and complex, many educational assessment practices today remain relatively straightforward. Dr Donna M Velliaris, an IGI Global editor of the Handbook of Research on Academic Misconduct in Higher Education (2016) and Prevention and Detection of Academic Misconduct in Higher Education (2019), underscores how just as students seek many and varied ways to cheat, professors should seek many and varied ways to combat intentional misconduct, and therein make the temptation to cheat more burdensome and counter-productive than it is worth.
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IGI Global's ongoing support of Peer Review Week and a reflection on the importance of trust in verified research.
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As many institutions reintroduce programs that allow students to enrich their learning through studying abroad, Dr. Donna Velliaris gives her views on the value of a culturally enhanced higher education experience.
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This year’s International Open Access Week will take place from October 25-31, 2021. The theme for this year is “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity.” The theme intentionally aligns with UNESCO’s (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Recommendation on Open Science, which is expected to define shared values and principles for open science and identify concrete measures on open access and open data, with proposals to bring citizens closer to science and commitments to facilitate the production and dissemination of scientific knowledge around the world.
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As the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine has begun to be administered, reports have found significant racial disparities among those being vaccinated in the UK and the U.S. More specifically, CNN has found that Black and Latino Americans are receiving it at lower rates than their white counterparts.
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