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Stats and Stories Podcast: Proctoring Problems with Helaine Alessio

Helaine Alessio headshot to the right of the words Stats and Stories
Excellence and Expertise Research and Innovation

Stats and Stories Podcast: Proctoring Problems with Helaine Alessio

Helaine Alessio, Ph.D., FACSM is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Health at Miami University and is a past President of the MWACSM and a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine. She teaches Exercise Science-related courses and has received university commendations for her teaching. She has been funded by NIH, private foundations, and corporations to support research, teaching, and service projects. She has published 2 books, 13 book chapters, and 56 journal articles, as well as national and international peer-reviewed blogs, infographics, and NPR broadcasts. She is listed in the top 2% of Exercise Scientists cited in the world by Stanford University researchers. Her work on academic integrity includes co-editing a special edition of a journal on the topic that was the most widely published for the Journal of Excellence in College Teaching.

Episode Description

Remember the pressure of taking a test when the teacher was glaring at you, daring your eyes to roam? Cheating was not a temptation unless you were desperate and willing to risk the ever-present teacher catching you. However, the offering of online classes exploded in recent years. So what happens when you’re testing during online classes that’s the focus of this episode of Stats+Stories with guest Dr. Helaine Alessio.