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1 Academic Integrity and Professional Behavior: An introductory study of student perceptions in the undergraduate Nursing classroom Susan Prion RN, MSN, MEd, EdD School of Nursing University of San Francisco San Francisco, California

2 2 academic integrity module introduction

3 3 academic integrity module academic integrity module module components

4 4 academic integrity module academic integrity module anti-cheating materials

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10 10 academic integrity module academic integrity module anti-plagiarism materials

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15 15 academic integrity module academic integrity module professional behavior materials

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19 19 academic integrity module academic integrity module APA formatting materials

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25 25 APA formatting materials APA formatting materials: self-assessment posttest

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30 30 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 1 A student colleague of yours wrote a teaching plan about carbohydrates and type 2 diabetes for another class. You submit the paper with your name for your Nutrition final paper. This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

31 31 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 2 The following is how you reference a direct quote from your textbook: Dudek (2006) reminds us that "everything in moderation" is a healthy approach to eating and dieting (p. 17). This is a correct citation.  True  False

32 32 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 3 You go away for a weekend and forget to complete the online module that is due at 9am on Monday morning. Your friend provides you with the answers to the posttest because you don’t have any time to study and each posttest is only worth a very small percentage of your total grade. This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

33 33 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 4 The following citation appears in a reference list for a student's final paper. Weil, A. (2000). Eating well for optimum health. New York: Knopf.  This is correct APA formatting.  This is NOT correct APA formatting.  Some of the formatting is correct, but not all of it.

34 34 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 5 You need to miss class tonight because your boyfriend is in town for today only and he wants to take you out for dinner. You call your instructor at noon and tell him that you are ill and unable to attend class. This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

35 35 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 6 Please indicate the correct and/or incorrect parts of the following citation:Greater New Mexico Area Healthy Living 2005 Committee. no date. "Who has time for a family meal?" in "Healthy eating for health families". Retrieved August 1, 2005, from  The author or sponsor of the document is cited correctly.  The retrieval date is NOT cited correctly.  The date of the article is cited correctly.  The title of the document is correctly cited.

36 36 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 7 The website listed in the previous question (New Mexico Health families) is also cited as follows in the body of the student's paper: The Greater New Mexico Area Healthy Living 2005 Committee states, "The biggest problem facing America today is unhealthy eating habits at family dinners" (http://www.newmexicohealthyfamilies.gov).  The citation is correct.  The citation is NOT correct.  The citation is partially correct

37 37 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 8 Your roommate's understanding of cardiac pathophysiology is weak and he is struggling in this class with the online module about nutrition and cardiac disease. You don't give him the answers, but you do print a copy of the module posttest questions so that he can study them before he takes the posttest "for real." This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

38 38 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 9 You are having a lot of trouble understanding the online module about carbohydrates and a friend helps you study the material by printing out and then asking you the module pretest questions. This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

39 39 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 10 Last semester, you completed a teaching plan for a patient with diabetes type 2 for your Nutrition class. Now, you have the opportunity to use that paper for patient teaching in your clinical site, so you copy your paper and give it to your patient. This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

40 40 academic integrity module academic integrity module posttest Case 11 It is the end of the semester and you are totally stressed. You have known for a long time that your Nutrition final paper is due on December 9, and now it is December 6 and you haven't started it. You call your instructor, honestly explain the situation, and ask for a slight extension of the due date. You assure her that you will submit the paper on or before 5 pm on Monday, December days after the paper is due. You also tell her that you will the accept the consequences of your honesty and understand if she deducts points for lateness. You also tell her that you didn't want to invent a story about a "hard drive crash" or your dog "eating your paper" because is wasn't true and you felt uneasy about lying. This is acceptable behavior in the situation.  True  False Why or why not?

41 Dr. Susan Prion Cowell Hall #315 School of Nursing University of San Francisco 2130 Fulton Street San Francisco, California

42 42 This program will automatically repeat. Thank you for your interest.


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