Academic Integrity Faculty Resources
Faculty may report alleged violations of scholastic dishonesty using the Faculty Referral of Honor Code Violation. Instructions for reporting are included on the referral form.
Resources for Online Courses
As many classes have moved online in accordance with Covid-19 guidelines, the Office of Community Standards is continuing to develop resources to assist faculty with navigating Academic Integrity in online environments. The Faculty Academic Integrity Guide for Online Learning is a resource for faculty to assist with the transition into the online course environment.
Faculty may also contact the Office of Community Standards for consultation and assistance by e-mailing Dan Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Office of Community Standards general e-mail at email@example.com.
Upcoming Workshops for Faculty
The Office of Community Standards holds ongoing workshops related to different areas within academic integrity. Information for upcoming workshops is posted below. If you are interested in attending or would like to suggest a specific topic for a workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2022 Faculty VIRTUAL Workshops:
- Thursday, February 24 noon-1:30pm (General AI, campus trends, referral process)
- Wednesday, March 16 noon-1:30pm (Online exams, campus trends, referral process)
- Tuesday, April 5 noon-1:30pm (Online exams, in person exams, campus trends, referral process)
- TBD (Proctoring in person exams w/ Testing Center, referral process)
TEAMS Link will be posted two weeks prior