To help anyone interested in learning more about Academic Integrity, TCDC has compiled another “PD Playlist.” We’ve arranged the resources from “sound bite” to “radio play” to “extended dance mix” and “full LP.” Some options will take just a few minutes of your time while others will require a longer commitment.
Visit the TCDC site, to view the entire catalogue of PD Playlists.
September PD Playlist
Sound Bites <10 minutes
How can institutions create a culture of academic integrity? (video | 00:02:011)
Lead Advisor Dr Tracey Bretag discusses how institutions can create a culture of academic integrity.
Radio Play<20 minutes
Indigenous Academic Integrity (resource| 00:12:00)
A multimodal storytelling approach that demonstrates the formal rigor, validation, and approaches found within Indigenous paradigms that serve to caretake and protect the integrity of all knowledge.
Extended Dance Mix <60 minutes
Langara College Instructor Academic Integrity Website (guide| 0:45:00) A website for instructors at Langara College, providing ideas and suggestions on how to foster, prevent, detect, and respond to academic integrity concerns.
Campus webinar: Artificial intelligence and academic integrity (video | 00:57:33)
A panel of global experts consider the impact Artificial Intelligence is having on the existing safeguards set up to protect academic and research integrity and how it will shape their future
Full LP >1 hour
FLO Panel: Educative Approaches to Academic Integrity (webinar| 01:58:09)
Hosted by BC Campus, this panel discussion will use an educative approach as a lens to share viewpoints on some developments, comment on current circumstances, and articulate future directions.
Attend the in-person event Nurturing Academic Integrity on September 22, 2023, starting at 9:15 a.m. For more information and to register, please visit the event link for Nurturing Academic Integrity.
For Your Students:
Student Academic Integrity Handbook (guide | 00:15:00)
A guide for Langara students who wish to learn more about academic integrity and its principles, as well as strategies to avoid academic misconduct.
How Not to Plagiarize: An Introductory Guide (guide | 00:20:00)
Dr Niall Christie, Instructor in History and Department Chair, Department of History, Latin and Political Science, with feedback from his colleagues, has created an excellent guide for students to help them avoid plagiarism.
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