Proposal Title

Adventures in Academic Integrity

Presentation Type

Regular Presentation

Location

OM 3612

Start Date

19-2-2019 11:20 AM

End Date

19-2-2019 12:00 PM

Proposal Abstract

Adventures in Academic Integrity by Wayne Singular, Elizabeth Rennie, Nancy Flood, Marian Anderberg & Andrea Sullivan Thompson Rivers University The filing of an Academic Integrity Report can be challenging. Is the case worthy of a report? What type of evidence is required? How do I convince a diverse group of faculty and students that this case is an academic integrity violation? How do I use the academic integrity reporting process as a teaching moment for students? In our proposal, we plan to present a 40-minute session focusing on an interactive group activity. After a brief introduction, participant groups will each be given one of a variety of fictitious scenarios of potential academic integrity violations. The challenge for each group is to put together an Academic Integrity Report that is concise, complete and contains the appropriate documentation. Following this activity, we will facilitate discussion and present on key areas including: 1) strategies for preventing academic integrity violations 2) discussing academic integrity with students 3) the appropriate evidence required 4) steps involved in the filing of report including student interactions Our presentation will conclude with strategies for using academic integrity violations as a teaching opportunity with students.

Statement

Many faculty members do not realize the potential for using the academic integrity process as a teaching and growth opportunity for their students. Our presentation will inform and guide attendees on the effective and appropriate applications of academic integrity in their future adventures in teaching.

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Feb 19th, 11:20 AM Feb 19th, 12:00 PM

Adventures in Academic Integrity

OM 3612

Adventures in Academic Integrity by Wayne Singular, Elizabeth Rennie, Nancy Flood, Marian Anderberg & Andrea Sullivan Thompson Rivers University The filing of an Academic Integrity Report can be challenging. Is the case worthy of a report? What type of evidence is required? How do I convince a diverse group of faculty and students that this case is an academic integrity violation? How do I use the academic integrity reporting process as a teaching moment for students? In our proposal, we plan to present a 40-minute session focusing on an interactive group activity. After a brief introduction, participant groups will each be given one of a variety of fictitious scenarios of potential academic integrity violations. The challenge for each group is to put together an Academic Integrity Report that is concise, complete and contains the appropriate documentation. Following this activity, we will facilitate discussion and present on key areas including: 1) strategies for preventing academic integrity violations 2) discussing academic integrity with students 3) the appropriate evidence required 4) steps involved in the filing of report including student interactions Our presentation will conclude with strategies for using academic integrity violations as a teaching opportunity with students.