Tools and Techniques for Promoting Academic Integrity

Tools and Techniques for Promoting Academic Integrity

Make honesty your policy

It’s not as simple as catching someone glancing at a neighbor’s test, and there’s more to it than peeking at formulas written on wrists.

If only that were all you had to worry about.

Of course, cheating in higher education—like nearly all aspects of higher education—is more complex and nuanced than that.

Moreover, what constitutes cheating varies from discipline to discipline and even from school to school. That is a big part of why academic integrity is such a tricky issue.

Yes, the immediate availability of research, scholarship, and other published information makes it easy for students to discover, mimic, or even outright plagiarize ideas and work.

However, there is far more to the issue of academic integrity than making sure that students don’t steal materials from the Internet.

That is why you need Tools and Techniques for Promoting Academic Integrity.

This Magna Online Seminar illuminates the shades of gray inherent in academic integrity and then imparts realistic strategies for creating and establishing standards appropriate for your institution.

Product Code: PC14JA | Recorded: 12/4/14

Topics Covered

Topics

Students cheat when the campus culture encourages it and when the campus environment allows it.
You can change things, and this seminar helps prepare you.
More specifically, in this seminar learn to:

  • Identify and articulate the differences of the definition of “originality” depending on the discipline
  • Differentiate among the three key academic-integrity strategies (trust, verify, observe)
  • Select academic-integrity tools and techniques based on course, program, and institutional needs
  • Create a campus academic-integrity implementation plan

After participating in Tools and Techniques for Promoting Academic Integrity, you will have what you need to help foster change on your campus, including:

  • An understanding about how different definitions of originality raise different concerns and require different standards
  • A framework of three key types of academic-integrity strategies matched to the needs of instructors, departments, and institutions
  • Examples of each academic-integrity strategy, best practices, and practical implementation tips

Benefits of attending
This seminar gives you the tools and the courage to start working toward the culture you want for your institution.

Takeaways
You will finish this seminar better able to identify how the standards for academic integrity differ among the sciences, humanities, and social studies. You will also be able to promote the adoption of academic-integrity strategies to create and sustain a climate of ethical behavior among your students.

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Group License
$549
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$2,497
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