Graduate Practicum – Academic Integrity Tutorials

Tutorials on Academic Integrity

For my graduate practicum, I created online tutorials on academic integrity for Purdue University’s North Central Campus (PNC). The tutorials were designed using data from these needs and learner analyses: surveys, knowledge assessments (in the form of short quizzes), interviews, and research on academic integrity in American postsecondary institutions today.

For PNC professors, I developed lessons on how to minimize cheating, use technology tools to secure online test-taking, and teach students to maintain integrity. For students, I created lessons on ways to avoid cheating and plagiarism and on steps in citing sources.

Following the Quality Matters standards for online courses, I created the course content in the Blackboard learning management system. Each tutorial consisted of about 5 lessons. Below are a few screenshots from each. Click on each for a larger view.

Tutorial for faculty—screenshots

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screenshot of faculty academic integrity tutorial

screenshot of faculty academic integrity tutorial

Tutorial for students—screenshots

screenshot of student tutorial

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screenshot of student academic integrity tutorial

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