COVID-19 and Academic Integrity
With an increased return to in-person classes, 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 in both in-person and virtual learning environments.
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 boards 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