Thursday, October 20, 2011

A webnar on adjudicating academic-dishonesty cases

Introducing a New Webinar:
Academic Dishonesty Adjudication:
What happens on your campus and how can you impact it

Wednesday, October 26th - 2 pm (ET)

Colleges and universities struggle with how to respond to and address academic dishonesty. The academic disciplinary process is one means for a campus to communicate expectations to each student about what it means to contribute to and be a part of this scholarly community.

What policies and procedures does your campus have in place to address academic dishonesty? What difference are your adjudication processes having on student behavior, success, retention and on the overall culture of academic integrity on campus? Do you have all the information you need to better inform and revise your current policies and procedures?

This webinar will help participants stimulate an academic honesty initiative on their campuses by providing valuable tools for self-evaluation and collaboration throughout the campus community.

Join our expert panelist as she guides you through the current research on academic honesty, how to conduct a self-evaluation and how to create policies and procedures that speak to the expectations your academic community has for each and every student.

What is a Webinar?
Please join your colleagues around the country for this 90 minute webinar as our presenter looks at specific examples of how colleges and universities can better stimulate academic dishonesty initiative . Then, add your thoughts and ask questions during our Q&A session - all for the cost of $259. Please call 1-866-295-0505 with any questions.

Great value
Train and Educate Your Entire Staff or Dept for one low price

Can't Make The Date?
Order the CD and all materials for the same price as the conference.

Participation Outcomes
During this interactive program, participants will :

* Understand academic honesty and key research that has been conducted in the area.
* Explore how to conduct an institutional self-evaluation about students who are adjudicated for academic honesty.
* Learn how to use collected information to inform about campus policies and procedures.
* Explore how campus administrators can engage, train, involve, and assist faculty in the student conduct process as it relates to academic honesty.

Learn More About This Webinar
Full Topic List and Discussion Points - Presenter Biographies

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