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Map to Success Irina McLaughlin Donna Frazee CED/STLL. Current Resources Faculty Information Literacy Modules Writing Center Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning Ask a Librarian Turnitin.com Writing Across the Curriculum Office of Integrity & Ethical Development.

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Map to Success

Irina McLaughlin Donna Frazee

CED/STLL


  • Current Resources

  • Faculty

  • Information Literacy Modules

  • Writing Center

  • Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning

  • Ask a Librarian

  • Turnitin.com

  • Writing Across the Curriculum

  • Office of Integrity & Ethical Development


  • Current Resources

  • Students

  • Information Literacy Modules

  • Writing Center

  • Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning

  • Ask a Librarian

  • Turnitin.com


  • Issues

  • Faculty

  • Writing guidelines across colleges and departments vary

  • Unaware of available resources for referring students (writing conventions, and others)

  • Scattered resources lack connective thread

  • Time and motivation (pay-off)

  • Training of adjuncts for continuity (academic integrity, incorrect use of writing conventions, and others)


  • Issues

  • Students

  • Requirements/expectation for guidelines vary by instructor (no uniformity of what is correct versus acceptable)

  • Writing Center attendance (apprehension, uncomfortable/fear, time, resources, others)

  • Literacy Modules – motivation (students can pass w/o transfer of skills)

  • Ask a Librarian – scheduling


  • Goal

  • Change academic culture, where both faculty/adjuncts and students embrace the significance of academic integrity and writing conventions.

  • Objective

  • Students apply the writing conventions appropriately in their academic work; faculty applies clear and consistent guidelines for assessment.


  • Vision

  • Multi-step, on-going process involving cooperative action from all partners (such as FCTL, WC, WAC, IED, Library Services)


  • Next Steps

  • Expand FCTL training for faculty/adjuncts by creating/or accessing Literacy Modules addressing writing conventions (i.e., correct quoting, citing, paraphrasing)

  • Define clear, concise and consistent guidelines for faculty/adjuncts across departments and colleges

  • Recommend embedding “Ask A Librarian” URL as a standard within syllabi and all online courses


  • Potential Barriers

  • Peer resistance to change

  • Student resistance to structure

  • Perception of what services should be available versus current provisions

  • Limited resources (personnel, time, financial)

  • Differences in perception of academic integrity significance


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