News and Events:
- New Tutorials Available for Faculty on How to File Violations!
- A new tutorial is available for faculty that will quickly guide you through the online filing process for violations.
- A brief online demo of the violation notification process is also available. (Adobe Flash Player 9 or later version required)
- School for New Learning Faculty Meeting, February 21, 11:00 a.m.
- Prof. Laura Hartman will be speaking at the SNL Faculty Meeting on February 21 to provide a brief overview of the Academic Integrity online violation filing process and to answer any question about ways to encourage academic integrity in the classroom.
- All Academic Integrity historical data has now been loaded into Campus Connect.
- Both students and faculty can access all current and historical academic integrity cases in which they were involved by clicking on "Academic Integrity Status" under "for students" or "for instructors" on the left column of Campus Connect.
- The 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, University of South Australia, December 5-7, 2007
- Conference description: "While previous conferences have focused on specific issues relating to educational integrity such as plagiarism and values in teaching and learning, the 2007 conference aims to examine the broader educational context. Participants will be asked to consider the questions:
- Who is responsible for educational integrity? Is it students, educators, administrators, senior managers or policy makers?
- How can a culture of integrity be created so that the current model of 'police action' is replaced by self-regulation and mutual respect?"
- The conference website is at http://www.unisa.edu.au/educationalintegrity/conference/
- Center for Academic Integrity Annual International Conference, 2008
For more information, see http://www.academicintegrity.org/calendar_and_events/index.php/