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Academic Integrity Awareness

March is Academic Integrity Awareness Month!

Academic Integrity Awareness Month is a time to promote and foster a culture of academic integrity across the university!

The Academic Integrity Office will be promoting resources and events by our campus partners that support academic integrity, such as Student Learning Support workshops and events! Join us as we connect with students, promote our resources, and offer our own workshops and activities to help guide academic excellence through integrity.


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Student Life and Learning Support (SLLS) supports students in reaching their goals by offering of variety of resources, services, and workshops (opens in new window)  to help students develop their academic and personal skills.

SLLS Workshops: March 2024

Critical Reading for Better Academic Writing March 6, 6:00 PM Virtual
Navigating Self-Advocacy at University March 7, 10:00 AM SLC 451
Effective Revision and Editing March 12, 6:00 PM Virtual
Collusion vs. Collaboration: How To Work Well With Others (Academic Integrity & Collaborating With Peers) March 14, 2:00 PM Virtual (email (opens in new window)  to register)
Common Grammar Errors March 19, 6:00 PM Virtual
Learning from Lectures March 25, 10:00 AM SLC 451
Basics of Referencing and Citations March 26, 6:00 PM Virtual
Goal Setting and Finding Motivation March 28, 10:00 AM SLC 451
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If you're an instructor or a student with a quick question or concern, meet with an Academic Integrity Specialist during a 15-minute appointment for guidance and resource support. Need help navigating Policy 60 and its processes? Let us know! 

  • Student drop-ins: Tuesdays 12 - 1PM; Thursdays 10-11 AM
  • Faculty drop-ins: Tuesdays 10 - 11 AM; Thursdays 1 - 2 PM
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Join the Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education Community of Practice for discussion, resource-sharing, workshops and events!  

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Workshops & Events (Faculty/Instructor)

Get access to virtual workshops, panel discussions, and special events led by CELT's team of facilitators and guest subject matter experts. 

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The AIO can support faculty through in-class presentations that integrate course content, clarify expectations, and raise awareness of the importance of academic integrity, ethical decision-making and professional integrity in any field or discipline.  

  • Looking for a way to connect classroom material to the “real world” or professional context? The AIO can work with you to find content relevant to the field of study that demonstrates the value of ethical decision-making, or the consequences of professional misconduct
  • Let us walk through your assignment instructions with students, breaking down each requirement or step in the process, explaining the “whys” and how students can ensure academic integrity throughout the process
  • No time for a class visit? Work with the AIO to develop a connection between your course content or assignments, and integrity and ethics

Other ways the AIO can help support you:

  • “Drop-in” introduction of the AIO at any time in the term, or to introduce a major assignment or upcoming test or exam
  • Develop reminder or advice slides for class breaks, digital screens, or to add to your lecture slide deck