Welcome to the University of Saskatchewan's learning tutorial on Academic Integrity.
We acknowledge that we are on Treaty Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
This tutorial will introduce you to the concept of academic integrity, which is a cornerstone of all the work you will do at university. The International Centre for Academic Integrity proposes six core values to help guide your work, ensuring that it is fair and honest and received in good faith. These core values [honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility and courage]provide an important foundation for the learning you will do and for the fair assessment of the work you produce.
While every University of Saskatchewan college and discipline contribute to the academic community differently, they all share the same set of values for academic integrity. These values are echoed in the Learning Charter and include
Being able to locate, understand, evaluate and use information effectively, ethically, legally and with cultural appropriateness.
Developing and applying appropriate skills of research, inquiry and knowledge creation and translation.
Embracing responsibilities to oneself and others in ways that are authentic and meaningful.
At the end of the tutorial, you should have a better understanding of yourresponsibilities regarding all academic work, yourrights if suspected of misconduct and the procedures in place to help you, and the supports and services available to ensure you succeed within the larger scholarly community.
There are three modules, each concluding with a brief multiple-choice quiz. You may take these quizzes as often as you like to evaluate your understanding of academic integrity.
Module 1 is about academic integrity and the values associated with it.
Module 2 is about students' rights and responsibilities and the university’s policies that govern academic misconduct.
Module 3 is about developing the academic skills that help to prevent academic misconduct.
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