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Learning With Integrity (IU East) is a Course

Learning With Integrity (IU East)

Jul 7 - Apr 28, 2032

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About the Course

This course is designed to introduce students to the basics of Academic Integrity. The course will discuss the importance of Academic Integrity and how IU East is making Academic Integrity a priority. The students will be shown different types of academic misconduct and why these are considered misconduct. There will also be information on what happens if a student is involved in an academic misconduct situation, the procedures at IU East for dealing with academic misconduct and what students should do if they witness other students participating in misconduct. This course is intended to be used as a learning tool for students and for faculty to use to initiate a conversation with students about the importance of academic honesty.

Contact

For more information or questions, please contact Cherie Dolehanty at cdolehan@iu.edu or 765-973-8558.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Recognize academic misconduct
  • Identify the different types of academic misconduct; Cheating, Plagiarism, Fabrication, Interference, Facilitation, and Violation of course rules
  • Explain the consequences of academic misconduct at IU East and even in life beyond graduation
  • Explain the importance of Academic Integrity
  • Recall what the IU Code of Conduct is and find information on the Code
  • Describe how to prevent academic misconduct
  • Describe how to respond to witnessing someone conducting academic misconduct

 

Length: 1 hour

 

Department: 
Office of Student Success

 

Credit: None

 

Audience: IU East undergraduates

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