Event Title

Campus Partnerships for Academic Integrity: Connecting Conversations Across Campus

Location

DSB, Room 110

Start Date

31-5-2013 9:00 AM

End Date

31-5-2013 10:15 AM

Session Type

Interactive Session

Description

Are you looking for ideas on how to engage with multiple constituents across campus on academic integrity issues? This workshop focuses on work done at Fairfield University over a 2 year period to broaden the number of stakeholders engaged with academic integrity issues. The showcased work includes reading circles, discussion groups, and workshops. Participants in this workshop will be taken through a condensed version of our campus-stakeholder sessions and then invited to work in groups according to interest (securing funding; facilitating cross-divisional collaboration; planning reading and discussion groups; preparing workshops) to plan next steps for their own programs.

Topic Designation

Teaching & Learning

Presenter Bio(s)

Christina McGowan
As head of both Library Reference and Circulation Services, Christina promotes equitable access to information and its ethical use to all campus constituents. In addition to holding numerous workshops on academic integrity, Christina and her co-presenter Jackie Kremer held an online presentation for the Center for Intellectual Property centering on Fairfield University’s highly effective library-sponsored workshop series on Academic Integrity.

Jackie Kremer
As Outreach Coordinator at the DiMenna-Nyselius Library, Jackie's job is to build strong connections between students/faculty and Library services and material. In addition to holding numerous workshops on academic integrity and research skills, Jackie and her co-presenter Christina McGowan held an online presentation for the Center for Intellectual Property centering on Fairfield University’s highly effective library-sponsored workshop series on Academic Integrity. Jackie is the coordinator of the Academic Task force at Fairfield University.

Kathryn Nantz
Kathy is Professor of Economics at Fairfield University. She is passionate about integrative and cross-disciplinary work, and has led campus initiatives that focus on reimagining the University’s core curriculum. Her research interests lie in the area of labor economics, economics education, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. Kathy is chair of the Academic Task Force at Fairfield University.

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May 31st, 9:00 AM May 31st, 10:15 AM

Campus Partnerships for Academic Integrity: Connecting Conversations Across Campus

DSB, Room 110

Are you looking for ideas on how to engage with multiple constituents across campus on academic integrity issues? This workshop focuses on work done at Fairfield University over a 2 year period to broaden the number of stakeholders engaged with academic integrity issues. The showcased work includes reading circles, discussion groups, and workshops. Participants in this workshop will be taken through a condensed version of our campus-stakeholder sessions and then invited to work in groups according to interest (securing funding; facilitating cross-divisional collaboration; planning reading and discussion groups; preparing workshops) to plan next steps for their own programs.