Academic integrity is a key aspect of learning and teaching, encompassing topics such as plagiarism, honesty and rigor in research, and cheating.
This year’s Academic Integrity Week programming will be specifically tailored to the online environment. Topics will include alternative assessments, effective strategies for conducting exams, understanding Dalhousie’s Academic Integrity Process, university-wide supports for academic integrity, available tools, and more. More information about Academic Integrity Week is available here.
Troubleshooting research: Tools & Tips from the Libraries for maintaining academic integrity and preventing accidental plagiarism
Lead: Anne Matthewman
Panelists: Deborah Hemming, Louise Gillis and Allison Fulford, Dalhousie Libraries
Thursday, June 11, 10–11 a.m., online via Collaborate
Can the Writing Centre Help Your Students Avoid Plagiarism?
Lead: Margie Clow Bohan
Panelists: Adam Auch and Janice MacDonald-Eddington, Dalhousie Writing Centre
Friday, June 12, 10–11 a.m., online via Collaborate
Academic Integrity Week Informal Q & A / Wrap-up
Lead: Bob Mann
Jill McSweeney-Flaherty, Centre for Learning and Teaching
Margie Clow Bohan, Writing Centre
Anne Matthewman, Libraries
Catherine Gunn, School of Health Sciences
Justin Roberts, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Friday, June 12, 1–2 p.m. online via Collaborate