While the Fall semester is being conducted primarily online, the expectations regarding completing all work with academic integrity remain unchanged.
Below are suggestions and tips curated from UD, a number of other universities, and trusted academic sources to help both students and faculty be successful this semester.
First and foremost, be certain you know and adhere to all Student Guidelines regarding COVID-19.
- How to study remotely
- Learning remotely
- Tech at UD
- Tips for online success from the Office of Academic Enrichment
- Communication with instructors in an online setting from the University of Maryland.
- Keep yourself motivated and adjusting your study habits from the University of Michigan.
- Achieving success in discussion board from US News and World Reports.
- Video tips for success from Nova Southeastern University.
- Ten study tips for online classes from the University of Cincinnati.
- Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning
- Provost’s Office: Academic continuity page, with lots of helpful links
- Office of Student Conduct: A discussion about using honor pledges.
- Benefits of adding honor pledges from the University of California, Davis.
- Designing assessments to be less prone to dishonesty from the University of South Carolina
- Setting up online assessments to encourage/ensure academic integrity from the University of Maryland.
- Ten Principles of Academic Integrity from integrityseminar.org