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Academic Integrity Tutorial: Learning Outcomes

Behavioural Ethics

The Introduction to Behavioural Ethics video suggests that most people who say they are ethical also admit to doing questionable/unethical things. Can you think of a time you have bent the rules or done something unethical? What were the organizational or social pressures that influenced your behaviour?  Do these pressures influence your academic conduct and how diligent are you at guarding against these pressures?

Learning Outcomes

After completing this module, you should be able to:

  • Recognize the social pressures and/or psychological biases that may lead to bending the rules
  • Identify your academic rights and responsibilities
  • Interpret the University of Saskatchewan's policies and procedures that deal with academic misconduct 
  • Recognize the role of the Students' Union (USSU) Advocacy Office and the Graduate Students' Association (GSA) in providing advice and support