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Learning Lunch: Academic Integrity Case Studies--Why Context Matters

Feb 27
Learning Lunch: Academic Integrity Case Studies--Why Context Matters

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Event Date: 
Monday, February 27, 2023 - 11:40am to 12:55pm
Lerner Hall, 2920 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 401

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Academic Integrity
212-853-1772

Looking to create learning environments that support undergraduate students in upholding the values of academic integrity?

In this session, we will explore James Lang’s theory of cheating, which highlights five contextual factors prevalent in classrooms that may induce academically dishonest behaviors. We will then collaboratively consider these factors in two common scenarios of academic dishonesty based on real cases. Come learn and share strategies with other faculty to lessen or eliminate the impact of these contextual factors. Additionally, you will learn about the reporting process from the Director of Academic Integrity. Lunch will be provided for those registered -- a separate form will be emailed to you after registration to collect follow up details on the lunch.

This session is part of Integrity Week, and is co-facilitated by Dr. Victoria Malaney-Brown (Academic Integrity) and Dr. John Foo (Center for Teaching and Learning)


Unable to join us for this workshop? Engage with CTL on-demand resource: Promoting Academic Integrity and Considerations for AI Tools in the Classroom. You can also schedule a CTL consultation, or find other workshops on our CTL events calendar.

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