Terms of Reference
- Identify and develop ways in which faculty and instructors can be encouraged and supported to provide education about academic integrity within the classroom and other learning environments (e.g., labs).
- Provide direction and content for a resources, including content to be added to the Academic Integrity site that will house resources, tools and information on best practices regarding academic integrity promotion.
- Provide direction to the Student Advocacy - the centralized unit on campus with mandate to educate university community on academic integrity – with regard to AI week program planning; development and delivery orientation sessions and presentations for students and educational workshops for faculty; and creation and/or revision of AI promotional material (online and hardcopy).
- Investigate and make recommendations regarding regulations, policy and procedures pertaining to academic integrity and handling of academic dishonesty allegations.
- Provide updates on the working group's activities at least bi-annually to both the Associate Deans Undergraduate and Council of Student Affairs (COSA).
- Co-Chairs Representative from ADU
- Director, Student Advocacy and Accessibility
- Director, Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
- Director, Academic Learning Centre
- Representative from the Libraries
- Representatives from each of Faculty of Arts, Science, University 1, and FGS
- Representative from Extended Education
- Faculty Representative(s) from Professional programs (e.g. Education)
- Faculty Representative(s) from Faculty of Health Sciences
- 1-2 academic teaching staff
- 3 Student representatives (UMSU, GSA and Academic Integrity Ambassador)