Document Type

Conference Presentation

Publication Date

6-2018

Keywords

academic integrity, academic quality, faculty support, outreach

Abstract

Though academic integrity is crucial to one’s individual and professional development, cheating still occurs. New approaches to combatting cheating in the classroom include taking a more universal approach and fostering a culture of integrity where each member of the academic community is aware of the importance of it and is committed to upholding its values. It’s recognized that when students view their instructors as exhibiting the values of academic integrity -- honesty, fairness, trust, respect, and responsibility -- students are more likely, in turn, to embrace these values themselves (Lang, 2013). In this way, academic integrity is important to the topic of teaching and learning as it is fundamental to academic quality and central to student academic success. View samples of our campus-wide Academic Integrity Tutorial, and gain digital access to our Academic Integrity Report research proposal.

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Library and Learning Services

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Original Publication Citation

Palombi, D. (2018). Integrity Matters: Creating a Culture of Responsibility, Education and Prevention (Unpublished presentation). Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference, Sherbrooke QC.

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