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Building a Culture of Integrity in the Classroom: Addressing Academic Integrity Rather Than Policing Academic Dishonesty
Often faculty find themselves in the position of having to police students' academic behavior or become plagiarism and cheating detectives. This is both time consuming and frustrating. In this session, participants will learn about strategies to enhance student integrity and honesty through a "whole course" approach, including such means as class discussion, academic integrity quizzes, classroom contracts, pedagogy, and assignment creation.
This is the second workshop on academic integrity for spring 2013. It builds on the previous workshop titled "Cheating Undefined." You do not need to have attended the previous workshop, but it may be helpful to view the video of it prior to attending this workshop. The third and final workshop in the series is on April 11;see the CELTUA calendar for more information.
Laws Hall 320 [map], Oxford Campus [map] - Directions
Space is limited to the first 25 registrants.
Miami Faculty, Staff and TAs