U Have Integrity: Resource for Teaching Assistants
|Eaton, Sarah Elaine
|As a teaching assistant it can be tricky to know what your responsibilities are if you suspect or observe academic misconduct. This resource is intended as a suggested guideline about what to do in such situations in your role as a teaching assistant (TA). This resource may not cover all situations, but in can serve as a starting point. This resource is specifically for teaching assistants at the University of Calgary.
|Eaton, S. E. (2019). U Have Integrity: Resource for Teaching Assistants. University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
|Werklund School of Education
|University of Calgary
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