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Ad-Hoc Committee on Academic Integrity. 2011 Faculty and Student Survey Results Presented at the UAA Faculty Retreat August 24 th , 2011. Presentation Outline. Survey Methods Perceptions of Academically Dishonest Behavior Academically Dishonest Behavior at UAA

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Ad-Hoc Committee on Academic Integrity

2011 Faculty and Student Survey Results

  • Presented at the UAA Faculty Retreat

  • August 24th, 2011


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Presentation Outline

  • Survey Methods

  • Perceptions of Academically Dishonest Behavior

  • Academically Dishonest Behavior at UAA

  • Perceptions of Current UAA Policies and Penalties

  • Reporting of Academically Dishonest Behavior

  • Where Students Learn About Academic Integrity Policies at UAA

  • In charts comparing faculty and students:

    • Students are represented in Blue

    • Faculty are represented in Red


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Faculty Survey: Method

  • Goal was to survey all UAA faculty teaching during Fall 2010 via email

    • Email listing of all faculty provided by OAA

    • 158 faculty responded (66% women; 34% men)

    • Response rate approximately 21%

      • Interpret with caution

      • Results likely don’t represent views of all faculty



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Student Survey: Method

  • Goal was to survey a random sample of 400-500 students enrolled in GER classes (at all levels) in Spring 2011 using paper-and-pencil survey in class

  • Sampling strategy:

    • From alphabetical lists of all GER classes (stratified by level), we randomly chose

      • Ten 100-level classes

      • Ten 200-level classes

      • Thirteen 300- or 400-level classes

        • We eliminated distance-only courses as we could not use same methodology

    • Contacted each course instructor at end of Fall semester to request time to complete survey during last 20 minutes of class during first few weeks of semester









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Student vs. Faculty Perceptions of Cheating, Reporting of Academic Dishonesty, and Value of Assessment at UAA






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Academically exams at UAA?Dishonest Behavior at UAA








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How would you rate the average student’s understanding of University policies concerning cheating?







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If you were convinced, even after discussion with the student, that a student had cheated on a major test or assignment in your course, what would be your most likely reaction? (check all that apply)


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Why Faculty Ignore Cheating student, that a student had cheated on a major test or assignment in your course, what would be your most likely reaction? (check all that apply)


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Faculty Referral of Cheating for Investigation student, that a student had cheated on a major test or assignment in your course, what would be your most likely reaction? (check all that apply)





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If you had committed an act of academic dishonesty in a course, and the following individuals knew about it, how strongly would they react?






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