Resources for Effective Teaching
The UNM Catalog and the UNM Pathfinder state, "Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done or done by others; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other university records." To better understand what academic integrity is, policies and procedures for dealing with academic integrity, and how to maintain academic integrity browse links provided below.
Links to UNM Resources:
Academic Integrity/Honesty: Information on prevention, procedures, and sanctions brought to you by the Dean of Students Office.
Academic Integrity: From the Office of Graduate Studies comes information regarding UNM policies on academic integrity as well as a tutorial for students, faculty, and staff.
FacNet Resources – UNM faculty who are happy to help in this area:
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Links to Useful Resources Outside UNM:
Videos on Academic Integrity: A compilation of various Merlot Elixr videos.
Plagiarism Proofing Strategies: 5 strategies to reduce plagiarism and links to other useful resources; Indiana University- Purdue University Fort Wayne.
Purdue OWL: Contextualizing Plagiarism- This website provides lesson plans and handouts for teachers interested in teaching students how to understand plagiarism. The lesson plans include activities that help students define plagiarism, assess their attitude toward plagiarism, and create a class plagiarism policy.
Plagiarism: What It Is and How To Recognize and Avoid It: This 4 page PDF is a guide to plagiarism and cyberplagiarism and gives resources for both faculty and students.
Ethical Development Learning Module: A module that goes over an ethical framework for students and staff to consider when making decisions and reflective exercises; Ed Nuhfer and Maria Costa, CSU.
Virtual Academic Integrity Laboratory Tutorials: The VAIL Tutorial provides an overview of academic integrity concepts and practical tips for avoiding plagiarism.
Essays on Teaching Excellence published by the Professional and Oganizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD):
Student Plagiarism: Are Teachers Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem? Chris Anson, North Carolina State University. 2003-2004.