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All new CBS students to be tested in academic integrity to avoid cheating

Starting from the fall semester, new students will have to pass a course on academic integrity. About 30% of the students are unsure about the rules, says Senior Adviser from CBS Library. Also, a new network is bringing together teachers, researchers and administrative staff to help students understand how to avoid academic misconduct and prevent plagiarism anxiety.

How much can funny cat videos pollute us? Not much, right?

Associate Professor Attila Márton wants to teach his students to think of digitalization as something that can be as polluting as dumping wastewater in a river. Therefore, he has transformed his course in Advanced Strategic Information Management to turn students into digital ecologists.

Is CBS blocking the way for more on-campus teaching?

More flexible room planning and a sign-up system could be ways to make more teaching activities available on campus, suggests Professor Michael Mol, who feels recognition from the Senior Management for his own and his colleagues’ teaching efforts this year has been sadly lacking.  

New survey: The spring semester’s teaching quality suffered a blow

Teachers’ and students’ experiences of the spring semester’s online teaching are described in a comprehensive new CBS survey. Mainly the quality of the teaching and students’ motivation has been rated lower.  “I’m not surprised,” says CBS’ Associate Dean for Technology-Enhanced Learning, who hopes that the knowledge can improve the quality of future online teaching.

Are printed textbooks facing the beginning of the end?

The start-up, Lix, has made what aspires to be the “Spotify for textbooks”, an online platform from which you can already access more than 70 percent of CBS’ curriculum. Lix wants to revolutionize the textbook with online features such as instant messaging and quizzes. However, the digitalization of textbooks might lead to us learning less, in the end, argues Jakob Ravn, Chief Consultant at CBS.

Hey teacher, what kind of a dancer are you?

“Don’t just take up the same waltz as others, create your own dance,” says Mark Brown, professor in digital learning, Dublin City University, Ireland. He encourages the initiators at CBS to remember that blended isn’t just a big idea in itself, rather, it should serve big ideas in students when they kick off their new five-year blended learning project.

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