• Reporting Academic Misconduct

  • Why should I report incidences of suspected academic misconduct?

    Reporting academic misconduct reinforces our high expectations of student learning and academic integrity by helping students understand the value of academic integrity and the implications of academic misconduct. It also communicates to students who do uphold the honor code that their behavior is valued.

    Reporting academic misconduct helps the Office of Student Conduct see patterns. Because the OSC serves as a central clearinghouse, cases of academic misconduct by individual students in multiple courses and/or academic units that might otherwise be seen as an isolated incidence. Once aware of multiple incidents, the OSC can provide better faculty support.

  • Online Incidence Report Form
    https://publicdocs.maxient.com/incidentreport.php?UnivofDenver
  • Presentations

  • DCB Academic Honesty Presentations

  • Academic Honesty Solutions

  • Academic Honesty Presentation

  • Student Orientation Honor Code Slideshow
    http://www.du.edu/studentlife/ccs/orientation_2011_slide-show.pdf
  • Protecting Confidential Student Communications

  • Encrypting Confidential.ppt

    When communicating with students regarding possible Honor Code violations, the faculty member should try to meet with the student privately or confer with the student using DU's new email encryption technology since student emails exist outside DU's systems.  Consequently, sensitive email including email related to students grades should be sent encrypted by merely putting "du-confidential" in the Subject line in your DU email to a particular student.  The PowerPoint below shows how this is accomplished.

  • TurnItIn

  • TurnItIN™ is a plagiarism prevention service integrated into Canvas. This service helps educators prevent plagiarism by detecting unoriginal content in student papers.  

    Instructions for setting up TurnItIn in Canvas

  • Interpreting TurnItIn Originality Check Reports

    https://guides.turnitin.com/01_Manuals_and_Guides/Instructor/Instructor_User_Manual/21_Originality_Check

  • Respondus Lockdown Browser

  • Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within Canvas. Students are locked into the assessment and are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications.

    LockDown Browser Video Demo

  • Want to Learn More?

    Visit the OTL Website for more information about Respondus LockDown Browser.  

  • Plagiarism Resources for Students

  • Avoiding Plagiarism Handout (for students)
    http://www.academicintegrity.org/icai/assets/avoidingplagiarism.pdf
  • Plagiarism Quiz
    https://www.indiana.edu/~tedfrick/plagiarism/item1.html

    Take this quiz to test your knowledge about plagiarism.

    Courtesy: Indiana University

  • Academic Integrity

  • Academic Integrity Tips for Online Courses.docx

This portfolio last updated: 07-Mar-2016 2:59 PM