Speaker: Jessica Kuecker Grotjohn, Assistant Director, Office for Community Standards, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Abstract: This webinar will showcase the Academic Integrity Matters (AIM) program at the University of Minnesota, a restorative justice program for students intended to provide greater understanding of the impact of scholastic dishonesty through a facilitated dialog with University community members. This webinar will address the program inception, stakeholder persuasion, advertisement, volunteer recruitment, administrative management, facilitation, and evaluation.
See the webinar: https://go.turnitin.com/RestorativeJustice
Using Restorative Justice In Academic Integrity Cases (to be broadcasted
English translation: Guidelines to promote academic integrity in the classroom
Speaker: Jean Guerrero-Dib – Director del primer Centro de Integridad en Latinoamérica. Lidera los esfuerzos de la UDEM por lograr una cultura de integridad y un campus honesto. Apasionado por el desarrollo integral de la persona y la transformación social.
El webinar ofrecerá recomendaciones concretas que los profesores han de implementar para fomentar la excelencia y la integridad académica en el aula. Las ideas giran en torno a un concepto, el aprendizaje y la integridad son dos caras de una misma moneda. Las sugerencias están basadas en los principios de la integridad académica propuestos por Donald McCabe y Gary Pavela.
See the webinar: https://go.turnitin.com/es/pautas-fomentar-integridad-academica
originally broadcasted January 30, 2018
Speaker: Tricia Bertram Gallant, International Center for Academic Integrity, Transition Committee Co-Chair
Contract cheating is the most egregious form of cheating that can happen within educational institutions. When students arrange for other people to complete their academic work for them, they undermine the very purpose of the academic assessment and defraud the public with credentials that are not honest and trustworthy representations of the students’ knowledge and abilities. In this webinar, Dr. Tricia Bertram Gallant will overview this phenomenon known as contract cheating, what institutions can do to prevent it from occurring and what faculty must do to detect it.
See the webinar: http://go.turnitin.com/l/45292/2017-09-25/b7vrw2
originally broadcasted October 10, 2017
Speaker: Christian Moriarty, Assistant Professor, College of Policy, Ethics, & Legal Studies, St. Petersburg College
When a faculty member suspects student plagiarism, it is important to not only determine if plagiarism occurred, but to do so in a fair, ethical and policy compliant manner. This session will present a process to investigate, document the plagiarism, and ultimately discourage plagiarism. From the moment of paper submission, to reporting and following institutional procedures, attendees will learn a combination of traditional and modern methods for responding to plagiarism.
See the webinar: http://turnitin.com/en_us/component/zoo/item/plagiarism-detected
originally broadcasted April 28, 2017
Speaker: David Rettinger, Associate Professor of Psychological Science; Executive Director of the Center for Honor, Leadership, and Service, University of Mary Washington
It takes a village to nurture academic integrity on college campuses. A successful integrity initiative will include students, administrators, and faculty, each with critical roles. This webinar will discuss ways to engage faculty in issues surrounding academic integrity. Topics include: encouraging academic integrity with pedagogy, crafting academic policies to support integrity, and talking with students about integrity. This webinar will be geared toward faculty and professional staff who work with them to support academic integrity.
See the webinar: http://turnitin.com/en_us/resources/item/role-of-faculty
originally broadcasted March 29, 2017
English translation: Starting from Scratch: Building an Academic Integrity Community
Speaker: Nathalia Franco Pérez from Centro de Integridad, Universidad EAFIT – Medellin, Columbia
Una política de integridad académica requiere, antes que nada, voluntad institucional. Se trata un proceso lento y a largo plazo. Es fundamental co-construir este proyecto con los grupos de interés: docentes, estudiantes, directivos, administrativos, egresados y empleadores. Para lograr impacto, será importante diseñar estrategias que tengan un fundamento filosófico y académico riguroso, así como implementar acciones audaces que poco a poco lleven el tema de la integridad académica al “alma” del campus. Es cuestión de tiempo, de voluntad, de creatividad y de una convicción profunda en el valor de educar en el ser.
See the webinar: http://go.turnitin.com/es/webinar/construir-comunidad-integridad
originally broadcasted February 27, 2017
Speaker: James Orr, Assistant Provost for Academic Strategy and Policy, Virginia Tech University
Creating an academic integrity community requires institutional effort. Campus units must partner in order to ensure effective policy and procedures, convey an educational message, and deliver intentionally designed programs. In this session, Dr. Orr will present strategies and steps for creating such partnerships. Webinar participants will discover new ways to engage faculty, staff, and students in creating communities of integrity.
originally broadcasted February 22, 2017