Workshop: Teaching for and with integrity

Screen Shot 2020-02-05 at 7.18.28 AMJoin Natasha Kenny and me for this interactive and engaging workshop at the University of Calgary.

Teaching for and with integrity

February 25, 2020

1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Click on this link to register. Workshop location (room) is provided in the registration confirmation. No cost to attend. All are welcome.

Workshop Description

Academic integrity is fundamental to the value, role and function of universities. How is academic integrity demonstrated in our teaching and learning environments?

Join us for an interactive and insightful workshop focused on positive aspects of supporting academic integrity from a teaching and learning perspective.

Learning outcomes

In this session participants will:

  • Explore what academic integrity is in a postsecondary context
  • Evaluate teaching and learning practices that support or hinder academic integrity
  • Reflect on fundamental values of academic integrity and how they are reflected throughout the academic community.

We are excited to engage members of our campus community in this work. In the spirit of taking a multi-stakeholder approach to academic integrity, welcome academic staff (of all ranks), teaching assistants, staff, students and others who are interested to join us for this workshop.

This workshop is just one aspect of our ongoing commitment to build a campus culture of academic integrity. We look forward to engaging with you at this event. If you have any questions about academic integrity initiatives at the University of Calgary, contact Sarah Elaine Eaton.


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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, and the Educational Leader in Residence, Academic Integrity, University of Calgary, Canada. Opinions are my own and do not represent those of the University of Calgary.

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