Spring 2018 Teaching Effectiveness Institute - Three Paths to Academic Integrity
There are many tactics faculty can use to help ensure that the work their students perform is conducted under rigorous conditions, and is actually created by or performed by the students themselves. But, we often approach academic integrity from the wrong direction, by focusing on catching violations instead of promoting ethical behavior.
This workshop helps faculty to build a culture of academic integrity among students by 1) addressing the different concerns — and definitions — of “originality” across academic disciplines; 2) providing a framework for identifying various types of academic-integrity strategies, and for matching those strategies to the needs of faculty and departments; 3) outlining strategies for working with learners from across the cultural spectrum, and 4) offering examples of each academic-integrity “path,” best practices for each, and practical implementation tips.
More details are available at facdev.niu.edu/teispring18pm. Register here: https://facdevprograms.niu.edu/ERAP/Admin/Event/EventEdit.aspx?eID=1050
Thursday, January 11 at 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Holmes Student Center, Sky Room
600 Lucinda Ave, DeKalb, IL 60115