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Academic Integrity Community of Practice

Academic Integrity Series

(co-sponsored by CETL and the Office of Academic Integrity)

This community of learning and practice will focus on creating a classroom culture of integrity. Faculty engaged in the community will learn and share best practices and strategies with other faculty and support practitioners.

The series will take place weekly on Wednesdays from 12:15 - 1:15 pm beginning March 2nd and continuing through April 13th (there will not be a meeting the week of Spring Break). Meetings will be held via Zoom.

If you are interested in joining the community, please sign up here. You will receive a calendar invitation with a Zoom link to join the online meetings. Please feel free to join the community even if you cannot make every meeting. If you have questions about the community, please contact teaching@vt.edu.

Series Schedule

 
 
 
Date and Time Topics/Focus Highlighted Presenters
Wednesday, March 2nd
12:15 – 1:15 pm
 

Know the code: What are the criteria and characteristics for a violation? How to address violations when they happen?

 

Kara Latopolski
Michael Largen

 

Wednesday, March 16th
12:15 – 1:15 pm
 

Integrity Matters: Strategies and mindsets that demonstrate and teach students the importance of academic integrity

 

Buddy Howell

Wednesday, March 23rd 
12:15 – 1:15 pm

Academic integrity potholes: Avoiding the most common practices connected to violations

Kara Latopolski
Michael Largen

 

Wednesday, March 30th
12:15 – 1:15 pm
 

Collaborating with integrity: Setting expectations for collaboration and supporting peer learning with limits

 

Kelli Karcher
Phil Nelson

 

Wednesday, April 6th 
12:15 – 1:15 pm
 

Scaffolding assignments for integrity: Assignment scheduling and feedback strategies for supporting students to apply integrity in the discipline

 

Godmar Back
Brandy Faulkner
 
Wednesday, April 13th 
12:15 – 1:15 pm

Cultural understanding of academic integrity: Setting and teaching norms of integrity with international students

 

Mingzhi Li
Jill Sible