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Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity: Addressing Cheating in the Age of Technology
Facilitated by Judith Ableser, PhD Oakland University
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.
Details: Preconference registration fee $100 (in addition to conference registration)
Thursday May 28th 9:00 am - 11:30 am. Include pre-conference materials and a coffee break
Conference Registration Includes
Access to all Conference Sessions & Materials
Round table discussions
Mobile App: Guidebook
A print copy of the program
New attendee orientation
Thursday: Afternoon refreshment
Friday: Breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon refreshments, and a reception
Saturday: Breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, and afternoon refreshments
Registration Fees for 2020
Early Bird Rate (Through Jan 6): $475
Regular Rate (Jan 7 - April 26): $525
Onsite Rate (April 27 forward): $600
Submitting Registration Payment
You may pay your registration fee online with Visa, Mastercard, or Discover or offline by purchase order or personal check.
Registration Fees are payable to:
International Teaching Learning Cooperative
5015 Southpark Dr. Suite 210
Durham, NC 27713
Through April 26, 2020 we are able to offer a full refund of all registration fees paid, minus a $50 administrative fee. Due to obligated costs on the part of the conference, we are unable to refund registration fees after April 26; however, another individual may be substituted, or the funds may be applied toward the 2021 Lilly-Bethesda conference.
Co-sponsorship & Group Rates
Educational institution co-sponsorships are available for $4250 and come with 10 full conference registrations.
Institution sending teams of 3 or more receive 10% off the registration fee (cannot be used in combination with co-sponsorship or other discounts).
For details, please contact Deb Van Etten at: email@example.com.
Business Attire: Most participants wear business attire throughout the conference. Examples include dress trousers with sport coats, some will wear ties while others will wear button-down shirts. Dress pants, blouses, suits, or dresses are typically worn. Do bring a sweater or jacket (dress with layers) as the air conditioning will be on and some rooms may feel chilly at times.
Information for on-site and off-site conference lodging rates is located on the Travel & Lodging page of our site. If you wish to stay at the Hyatt (conference venue) please reserve your rooms early. This hotel tends to sell out by early May. While rooms remain available at the Hyatt a link will be available to allow you to book your room right from the Lilly conference registration system.
Guest Meals Policy
Unfortunately, due to space limitations, we do not offer guests to dine with our participants. Meals and break foods are exclusively offered to registered conference participants. Bethesda boasts an array of restaurants within walking distance of the hotel and the Hyatt Regency offers several eateries:
Concours Lobby Lounge— start your day off right and enjoy a light grab and go breakfast, morning coffee or tea
Morton’s The Steakhouse— indulge in generous portions of USDA prime-aged beef, fresh fish, lobster, and chicken entrees
Daily Grill— enjoy specialties of the house ranging from fresh meats to the fish of the day
Graduate Student Grants & Early Career Faculty
A limited number of internal grants are available from the International Teaching Learning Cooperative, LLC to reduce the registration fees for graduate students and early career faculty, who are in need of financial assistance. Please click here to complete the application for consideration of financial support by February 26, 2020.
An important aspect of the conference is that all participants have the opportunity to participate with as few challenges as possible. If you are in need of accommodations that meet the regulations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Todd Zakrajsek directly (firstname.lastname@example.org). NOTE: Requests for accommodation must be submitted in writing before registering for the conference and at least 4 weeks prior to starting date of the conference. Additionally, a confirmation email must be received from the conference director acknowledging the request is required in order to ensure the emailed request was received.
Please note that when you register for the conference, your name and email will be added to the conference mailing list. This will allow you to receive emails about the event. If you do not wish to receive reminders about the upcoming conference, you may opt-out. You will be asked for a work address where we will send you a one-time note following the event. Your registration information will be archived for fiscal reasons. Attendees will be asked to voluntarily complete an evaluation of the event upon it's completion. This information is used by ITLC to improve future events and to better meet faculty development needs. We value our participant's privacy and will not sell or trade contact information with other businesses/entities.