Protecting Your Course from Academic Dishonesty

Webinar title: protecting your course from academic honesty, with pictures of George Washington statue on the right side

Among its many other risks, COVID-19 seems to put courses at greater risk for academic integrity violations. This session will review what insight research provides regarding academic integrity violations, including in a virtual environment. Participants will learn multiple options for intervention to effectively increase academic integrity in their courses. The session will emphasize practical applications of research and offer variously invasive levels of treatment against COVID-19 related, and generalized, academic dishonesty.

This workshop is part of a series of CCAS Faculty Workshops organized by the CCAS Undergraduate Studies Committee and the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies.

 


Speaker

  • Christy Anthony, Director of Office of Students Rights and Responsibilities

 

Resources from Workshop