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1 Jennifer Wright, Director Maci Kucharyson, Graduate Assistant Integrity and Ethical Development Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services University of Central Florida Variety Needed Methods of Educating College Students on Academic Integrity

2 FIESTA BOWL CHAMPIONS UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA KNIGHTS

3 Formally known as Dispute Resolution Services Became Integrity and Ethical Development in March of % funded by Student Government Association Activity and Services Fee Operations & Personnel Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Integrity and Ethical Development Student Conduct Student Care Services IED Personnel Director (Full-Time) Graduate Assistant (Part-Time) 2 Student Assistants (Part-Time) Integrity and Ethical Development (IED)

4 Excellence in Decision Making Seminars Students sanctioned by the Office of Student Conduct / Housing & Residence Life 4 times a semester in a group setting Since 2012 – 62 Excellence in Decision Making Seminars reaching 358 students Mediation Sessions / Conflict Resolution Between roommates, in leadership positions within student organizations, among a group of student involved in a class project Provide services to students both on and off campus Since 2012 – 15 mediation sessions involving 58 students Since 2012 – 35 conflict resolution presentations reaching 989 students, staff, and faculty regarding conflict resolution workshops and training Other IED Programs & Services

5 Sanctioned Coaching Sessions Students sanctioned by the Office of Student Conduct / Housing & Residence Life Topics related to: anger management, DUI, underage drinking, resisting arrest, minor possession of drugs Since 2012 – 97 students participated in an one-on-one coaching session Unsanctioned Coaching Sessions Topics related to: handling ethical situations, how to articulate your thoughts, fears, and frustrations, big picture analysis of decisions made today, setting goals & producing results, telling YOUR story – experiences that need explaining Since 2012 – 35 students participated in an one-on-one coaching session IED Coaching Sessions

6 College Life Skills Workshop Series Summer Term, Spring, and Fall Semesters Conflict Resolution – True Friendships, Thinking Before Speaking, Active Listening, Handling Conflict in a Small Living Space Professionalism – Etiquette Series: Facebook, , Classroom, Think Before You Post, Communicating with Professors Integrity & Ethics – topics to come later! Since 2012 – 28 workshops reaching 329 students Request a Workshop Student Affairs Departments, Student Organizations, Faculty/UCF Classes, Housing and Residence Life, Student Government, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Honors College, Tutoring Programs, Training of Student Staff 60 minute presentations 32 workshops to choose from Since 2012 – 247 Programs reaching 6,187 individuals IED Outreach Programming

7 Academic Integrity Partnership with the Office of Student Conduct Online Academic Integrity Seminar & Coaching Session Students found in-violation of Academic Misconduct are sanctioned to complete an online academic integrity seminar and participate in an one-on-one 90 minute coaching session

8 Online Academic Integrity Seminar – Dr. Gary Pavela Started in July of 2013 – 45 completed Involves reading articles, references from books, watching a film, and reactions to questions posed Feedback provided to the student from Dr. Pavela and other tutors associated with the seminar 9 sections to the seminar $ to complete the seminar Coaching Session Students must complete the online seminar in advance of coaching session IED receives student’s work prior to coaching session to prepare for discussion Discussion during the coaching session Academic progress at UCF Experience throughout the conduct process Where are you now in regards to the experience? Experience talking with the professor about the incident Does the punishment match the “crime”? Did you tell your parents or family members about this? Professor’s message on academic integrity – first week of class / syllabus Review highlights from online seminar work

9 Academic Integrity Partnership with the Office of Student Conduct IED Academic Integrity Workshop Students participate in an IED Academic Integrity Workshop if the Professor indicates “Documentation Only” to the Office of Student Conduct

10 Started in the Fall of 2013 – 7 completed reaching 16 students Conduct 5 Academic Integrity Workshops per semester Group setting of no more than 8 students per workshop RSVP in advance of the workshop Complete two online assignments Values Exercise – List 5 values & determine their origin UCF Creed Assignment – watch a 5 minute video on the UCF Creed & answer 6 questions Workshop Discussions Values Exercise – Experience changed or added values Risk vs. Reward UCF Creed / UCF Values Ethical Dilemma Discussion Evaluation of Workshop

11 Academic Integrity Module Promoted throughout FTIC and Transfer Orientations Completed all on-line Required of all FTIC and Transfer Students (summer, fall, and spring) – On to-do-list Purpose of the modules are to assist UCF students: in becoming familiar with UCF‘s polices on academic misconduct an understanding of consequences associated with academic misconduct to learn strategies of how to demonstrate academic integrity 3 Individual Modules Maintain Academic Integrity – 9 questions Tips for Success in Academic Integrity – 10 questions Consequences of Academic Misconduct – 10 questions IED Outreach Programming – Academic Integrity

12 10,060 students completed Maintaining Academic Integrity Module (99%) oAverage score of % o7,612 received a score between 90 – 100 o2,393 received a score between 80 – 89 o55 received a score below 80 (did not successfully pass the module) 9,442 students have completed Tips for Success in Academic Integrity Module (99%) oAverage score of % o8,405 received a score between 90 – 100 o1,019 received a score between 80 – 89 o18 received a score below 80 (did not successfully pass the module) 9,365 students have completed Consequences of Academic Misconduct Module (97%) oAverage score of % o6,530 received a score between 90 – 100 o2,542 received a score between 80 – 89 o293 received a score below 80 (did not successfully pass the module) Academic Integrity Modules

13 College Life Skills Workshops – Spotlight Series on Academic Integrity Series every summer term, fall and spring semesters 60 minute presentations Topics Include: Academic Integrity Developing Ethical Standards Living the UCF Creed Campus Ethics Making Mistakes and Rebounding Classroom Ethics Navigating Academic Integrity (presented with the Office of Student Conduct) Outreach Programming - Academic Integrity

14 UCF Classes – Faculty Requests “Don’t Cancel Class! Call Us!” Pressures to be Perfect Competing Positive Values Grade Analysis Risk vs. Rewards Professors Have Better Things To Do “Calm the Flip Down” Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning – Summer / Winter Conferences Classroom Management – Creating Teachable Moments Designing and Creating a Classroom of Integrity Having Conversations with Students about Academic Misconduct Why Do College Students Cheat? Outreach Programming - Academic Integrity

15 Ethics in Graduate School and Beyond An elective in the Graduate Studies Academic Integrity Training Program Facilitated 3 times per semester 2 hour seminar / 35 in attendance To date – 12 seminars reaching 252 graduate students Since 2012 – 44 Integrity and Ethics Presentations Reaching 1,114 Students, Faculty, and Staff Outreach Programming - Academic Integrity

16 Let’s Learn From Each Other Best Practices in Educating College Students on Academic Integrity


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