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Walking on the sun

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Presentation given at 2010 ADEIL conference on the importance of communication between administration, faculty, and support staff when handling online course issues.

Presentation given at 2010 ADEIL conference on the importance of communication between administration, faculty, and support staff when handling online course issues.

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  • 1. Walking on the Sun How to Navigate a Hot Mess Without Burning Your Feet
  • 2. Introduction • Who we are • What the %&*! happened? – Spring 2010 ARTE 119: Art History 2 – 69 students, 55 took Exam 1 – 14 failed because of cheating • Communication critical to resolution
  • 3. THE EXAM
  • 4. What was expected? • Short answer – Identify the image – Who, what, where, when, and why? • 10 images, 60 minutes • Study guide and example
  • 5. Hmmm…. • This sounds like me…. • This sounds familiar…. • This sounds wrong….
  • 6. UH-OH. WHAT NOW?
  • 7. Who ya gonna call? • What do I need and who has it? • Call to DE office – Calm down – Check responses through Turnitin – Academic Integrity policy
  • 8. Ducks in a row • Verifiable evidence – One couldn’t be verified • Document for administration (aka CYA) – Used Word to highlight and document • Example
  • 9. Who ya gonna call? (Part Deux) • Call to Department Head’s office – Calm down – What you can’t do – What you CAN do • Changed exam format
  • 10. THE RESOLUTION
  • 11. What the students heard • Email informing of evidence of cheating • Attached: – Evidence – College policy with highlighting – Consequences (vs what could have happened)
  • 12. What the students said • Most were repentant • Some knew they were getting a break • One made an attempt to argue
  • 13. ROUND TWO
  • 14. Pushing your luck • Bypassed the instructor • The iPod did it (the Helpdesk told me so) • Did student tracking malfunction? • The lightbulb moment • “Judge and Jury”
  • 15. Questions? • Leisha O’Quinn leishaoquinn@gmail.com • Suzie Garner sgarner@mesastate.edu • Kristyn Rose krrose@mesastate.edu