Academic Integrity

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The sudden transition to online learning across all degree types during a global pandemic placed increased pressure on students to complete their work with integrity. In order to explore the best ways to communicate information about cheating to students, the Innovation Hub held student consultation sessions to understand student perspectives and needs, and explore how might the University communicate learning with integrity. 

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Integrated Learning Experience

Students engage fully in learning experiences both within and outside of the classroom.

OUR FINDINGS

Through our findings the Provost’s Office worked with the Innovation Hub to develop a tri-campus communications campaign with the goal of raising student awareness about academic integrity in online learning environments. The #LearnWithIntegrity Communications Campaign is available to any staff at UofT and in the UofT organization, including faculty members.

 

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Research Team

Johanna Pokorny

Johanna Pokorny

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Hai-Dao Le-Nguyen

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Shankeri Vijayakumar

Design & Communications Team

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Kaitlyn Corlett

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Gianina Ramos

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Cody Foo

Mujgan Ozceylan

Mujgan Ozceylan