Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity: Addressing Cheating in the Age of Technology


Thursday May 28th 9:00 am - 11:30 am

As faculty we may be offended and angered when students claim “I didn’t cheat, I purchased the   paper.” “The publisher sold me the test bank answers so it can’t be cheating.” Research suggests that more than 70% of students admit to cheating at least once in their college career.  Why do students cheat? Do students cheat more today due to access with technology? How can we address and reduce these behaviors? This interactive session will explore these issues and challenges including: examining our own attitudes and behaviors toward academic misconduct, analyzing case studies through a contextual lens, developing strategies to reduce cheating in our own courses and exploring ways to promote academic integrity campus wide.

Registration Fee: $100 (in addition to conference registration)
Includes pre-conference materials and a coffee break
Facilitated by:  Judith Ableser, PhD
Judy Ableser PhD is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.  She has been an active participant and facilitator at Lilly Conferences for over a decade.
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