This symposium is open to CPABC members who are in academia (contract or tenured) at an accredited BC post-secondary institution, and can confirm that the majority of their income (75%) comes from full-time teaching or other scholarly activities (such as authoring textbooks, research papers, or articles).
Symposium material available June 22.
Chris is a highly versatile education professional with over 25 years of progressive international experience in higher education and not-for-profit teaching & learning, development and operations.
At CPA Canada, Chris is a Senior Manager within Pre-Certification Education and has been involved in a range of innovative learning and assessment projects including Automatic Essay Scoring (AES, utilizing AI and Machine Learning), Remote Proctoring and the onboarding and vendor management of vendors like Wiley, ProctorU and D2L.
Since September 2022 Chris is the Education Technology Work Stream Lead of the New CPA Certification Program project.
Sarah is an associate professor at the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary and holds a concurrent appointment as an Honorary Associate Professor, Deakin University.
Sarah has received research awards of excellence for her scholarship on academic integrity from the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education and the European Network for Academic Integrity. She has written and presented extensively on academic integrity and ethics in higher education and is regularly invited to talk about academic misconduct.
Sarah is the editor-in-chief of the International Journal for Educational Integrity, where she developed several books, and of the Handbook of Academic Integrity (2nd ed., Springer), which is currently under development.