The work of the Werklund School of Education is learning. Research is an engaging way of learning what is not already yet known, or probing what is already known but in new ways. Within the Werklund School of Education, the research conducted by our professors and students is incredibly diverse.
(2021-03-24) Adams, Jennifer D.; Turner, Kristal Louise; Eaton, Sarah Elaine
Academic integrity has been a long-standing issue in postsecondary education that has been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic and rapid move to virtual learning. While there is research on academic integrity and related administrative policies, one area that has not been thoroughly explored is the relationship between diversity and equity and academic integrity—in other words, which students are most likely to be reported and receive harsher penalties. In this presentation, we will discuss existing research on diversity and equity and academic integrity. We will also facilitate a discussion aimed at articulating academic integrity considerations and generating working frameworks for proactive and equitable approaches to student learning and success for in participants’ own contexts.