701: You want me to do what?: Discussing Academic Integrity Concerns with Students

    Location: MGC 128 or Join this session virtually

    Presenters: Jacqueline Raynolds (Assistant Director, Office of Academic Integrity; Instructor, Office of Global & Immersive Studies), Sarah Burns Gilchrist (Associate Librarian, University Library), Amanda Choutka (Senior Professorial Lecturer, Literature) & Julie Anderson (Professorial Lecturer, Management)

    Time: 2:45 PM – 3:35 PM

    Session Description

    This session will discuss “faculty jurisdiction” in the AIC – the process by which faculty can address academic integrity concerns without escalating the concern to administrative adjudication. After reviewing policy, panelists will introduce approaches for addressing a variety of concerns with students, including AI-generated assignments, inappropriate source usage, exam procedures, and dishonesty in experiential learning records. Participants will role-play realistic scenarios.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Facilitate conversations with students about academic integrity concerns, according to policy
    • Support student scholarship by recommending strategies for appropriate source identification and use
    • Plan exams and procedures that promote academic integrity
    • Employ strategies to avoid academic dishonesty in experiential and community-based learning courses

    Watch a short introduction to the session topic:

    Session Materials

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