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Academic Integrity Tutorials
in-class reflection essays about assignment
personal insights about the subject included in paper/project
require student search path information, i.e., how they found the information
require a variety of types of sources
student studio groups/threaded discussions of papers/projects
checkpoints/due dates for showcasing progress
Safe Practices for students (from Purdue OWL)
"Most students, of course, don't intend to plagiarize. In fact, most realize that citing sources actually builds their credibility for an audience and even helps writers to better grasp information relevant to a topic or course of study. Mistakes in citation and crediting can still happen, so here are certain practices that can help you not only avoid plagiarism, but even improve the efficiency and organization of your research and writing." (Purdue OWL)
Creative Commons explained
"Copyright and Creative Commons can be a confusing topic. Last month [Beth Holland and I hosted a free webinar in which we shared our best advice on helping students and colleagues navigate the confusing issues of copyright and Creative Commons.
In Copyright for Teachers Beth Holland and I cover why teachers should care about copyright, common misconceptions about Fair Use, and how to find copyright-friendly media. During the webinar we also we shared some stories from our classrooms, fielded some questions... and shed some light on common misconceptions about copyright and Creative Commons.
Copyright for Teachers can be viewed in its entirety for free on my YouTube channel. The slides used in the webinar can be viewed here."
Byrne, R. (2017, November 19). “Understanding copyright for classrooms.” Message to [Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week subscription list].