Additional Academic Integrity Resources for Faculty and Instructors
Faculty Learning Community (FLC) on Integrity and Ethics on Campus:
Now in its third year, this FLC holds positive discussions and shares common understandings about the policies and philosophies surrounding academic integrity and ethical conduct. In so doing, participants hope to foster a culture that promotes academic integrity throughout the MSU campus. The group meets monthly. For more information, please contact Adele Denison at email@example.com; or Shannon Lynn Burton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Integrity Consortium (AIC):
AIC was established in 2012 as a result of a rising concern regarding the culture of cheating on campus. Its goal is to combat cheating, plagiarism, and academic dishonesty and to cultivate a culture of academic integrity. It advocates for, and raises awareness of, academic integrity issues via its virtual community. This group meets face-to-face once a semester in an open forum. Otherwise, conversations are held via D2L. For more information or to be added to this virtual community, please contact Shannon Lynn Burton at email@example.com.
Workshop on Academic Integrity:
Sponsored by the Academic Advancement Network and the Office of the University Ombudsperson, in this interactive workshop, faculty will have the opportunity to learn key strategies in discussing the importance of academic integrity, as well as in preventing misconduct. Additionally, university policies and procedures in responding to misconduct will be explored to navigate these sometimes difficult conversations. This workshop is offered periodically. More information about this workshop is available on the Academic Advancement Network site.