Academic Dishonesty

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Academic Dishonesty

  1. 1. Gail Johnson, Kelly Jones, Kenyon Knapp, Karen Lacey, and Colleen Stapleton Graphics copied from Google Images (search term = “academic dishonesty”)
  2. 2.  Solicitation  Buying papers  Outsourcing  Cheating in Class  CheatingOnline  Plagiarism  ReusingAssignments  Other Forms?
  3. 3.  Google Search = “Help with Research Paper”  First Result = www.masterpapers.com  “We know all too well that students carry extensively heavy academic loads pursuing a degree which promise a career with brighter future. MasterPapers.com is happy to offer professional essay help to those who feel bogged down with severe exam stress. We aim to provide students with the best essay writing support to ensure that they achieve high scores. MasterPapers.com is always ready to deliver academically written assignments to students of all academic levels. We are proud to say that we have always been successful in our continued effort to help students achieve high academic standards. Read testimonials from our happy customers and order an essay which will meet all your writing needs and expectations.”
  4. 4. 21st Century College Cheating? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHUJuEYw0SU
  5. 5.  How often does this happen?  What examples have you seen?  Crossing the line from “getting help” to “getting someone else to do your work?  Do our students actually buy papers?  How do we prevent this?
  6. 6.  Why does this happen?  How does it happen?  Are there gray areas we need to define?  How do we prevent cheating?  How do we respond when it occurs?  Pros & Cons of Cheating: http://www.youtube.com /watch?v=dpwitKo9H3k
  7. 7.  Why does this happen?  How does it happen?  Are there gray areas we need to define?  How do we prevent cheating?  How do we respond when it occurs?
  8. 8.  Intentional  Overwhelming ▪ Ran out time ▪ Unsure how to complete assignment ▪ Ignorance of subject matter ▪ Not about assignment instructions; lack of academic literacy ▪ Issues with reading, writing, synthesis, confidence, comprehension  Laziness or unprofessionalism (outsourcing) ▪ Buying a paper ▪ Having someone else write the paper ▪ No learning taking place
  9. 9.  Unintentional  Copy / Paste / Right click to change one word  Students do not understand what plagiarism really is, especially with digital resources ▪ Ignorance of plagiarism  Plagiarism used to require a lot of work  How do we prevent it today?  Cultural  Instinctive; Difficult to recognize until after the fact  International students  Digital cultural issue? (Digital natives)
  10. 10.  Self-plagiarism?  Do students know this is wrong?  How do we explain our rationale?  How do we prevent this?  Other Forms of Academic Dishonesty?
  11. 11.  Proactive stance  Conversation with students instead of lecture  Syllabus is not enough  Case-based discussions and specific examples  Videos ▪ Plagiarism: How to avoid it (from Bainbridge College) ▪ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2q0NlWcTq1Y&feature=related  Student-created videos and animations ▪ Xtranormal (http://www.xtranormal.com)  What do our students tell us?  What are your suggestions and strategies?
  12. 12.  Sanctions & Notifications  Academic Integrity Council
  13. 13.  Questions?  Comments  Strategies  Ideas  Conversations

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