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Academic Integrity and Assessments

Guidance and resources for making academic integrity central to courses and adapting assessments for instructional modes.

Policies, Guidelines, and Recommendations

  • Use of Webcams - Factors to consider regarding the use of webcams in courses offered through remote learning technologies.

Frequently Asked Questions

Review the following frequently asked questions about academic integrity and assessments. For additional information, read all frequently asked questions.

Academic Integrity and Assessments

For information on planning for, communicating about, and responding to academic integrity, read about guidelines and practical advice. In addition, the Schreyer Institute has provided strategies to discourage academic integrity violations.

If you feel that your exams require proctoring, read more about your options.

There is no University-wide proctoring service. You might consider implementing many low-stakes assignments as opposed to a few high-stakes assessments, having students generate material such as papers, projects or videos, hand-written assignments, or e-portfolios. You might also use Turnitin, a web-based writing assessment toolkit, which allows instructors to provide feedback to students through markup tools, rubrics, proofing tools, and originality reports to detect plagiarism.

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Webinars

Webinars designed to provide critical information to faculty and staff about academic integrity and assessments.

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