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You're the Star of the Story | eBook

A narrative approach to reframing academic integrity

From this eBook, you’ll learn to:

  • Humanize and center the student experience
  • Explore various role playing scenarios around academic integrity through a choose-your-own-adventure format
  • Transform traditional disciplinary models into nurturing relationships & supportive learning

This ebook is perfect for a variety of readers—Instructors, Department Heads, Academic Integrity Officers, Directors of Online Learning, Instructional Designers—who are looking to shift perceptions around how to best support students' academic integrity journeys.

"As educational leaders, we can be quite myopic in our approach to misconduct, focusing specifically on catching misconduct rather than proactively preventing misconduct, concentrating more on student failures than on the choices that brought students to that point in the first place."

Drew Smith, Director of Online Learning, Walsh College

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