Approaches to Reducing Plagiarism and Fostering Academic Integrity Workshops

Approaches to Reducing Plagiarism and Fostering Academic Integrity Workshops

Learn about UNG policies, shared resources, and approaches to handling and reducing plagiarism in your classes. Faculty will have a chance to talk with Deans of Students or their representatives about Code of Conduct policies related to plagiarism and other academic infractions. Refreshments Served.

Approaches to Reducing Plagiarism and Fostering Academic Integrity
Friday, November 15, 2013
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Oconee Campus – Student Resource Center, Room 522
Facilitators: Michelle Brown, Assistant VP for Student Affairs & Dean of Students; Angela Megaw, Oconee Head Librarian; Karen Redding, Assistant Professor of English, Faculty Fellow of Center for Teaching, Learning and Leadership; Mary Carney, Director of Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership

Approaches to Reducing Plagiarism and Fostering Academic Integrity
Monday, November 18, 2013
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Gainesville Campus – Nesbitt, 3110 B
Facilitators: Tanya Bennett, Professor of English;  Cara Ray, Associate VP for Student Affairs & Dean of Students; Rebecca Rose, Cumming Head Librarian; Mary Carney, Director of Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership

Approaches to Reducing Plagiarism and Fostering Academic Integrity
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Dahlonega Campus – Library Technology Center, Room 163
Facilitators: Tanya Bennett, Professor of English; David Marling, Assistant Dean of Students; Barbara Petersohn, Associate Professor of Library Science; Mary Carney, Director of Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership