Conference Schedule

Building a Culture of Academic Integrity in Large Graduate Classes of International Students

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Wednesday, May 1, 2019 • 3:15 p.m. – 3:55 p.m.
Dillon Hall 359
Lisa Salfi University of Windsor Show biographies
Lisa Salfi is a Learning Specialist in the University of Windsor Faculty of Engineering, providing technical communications instruction, development, and support across the curriculum. Lisa is involved in both teaching and course design at the undergraduate and graduate levels and is focused on authentic assessment and active learning strategies to promote deep learning.
Fouzia Baki University of Windsor
Fouzia Baki is an Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Automotive, and Materials Engineering at the University of Windsor. Fouzia is a professional engineer in Ontario. She has been engaged in pedagogical research since 2007 with a focus on finding tools and techniques to engage students in large quantitative classes. Fouzia designs courses with meaningful and experiential learning components.

This facilitated discussion will examine the academic integrity challenges encountered in teaching large graduate classes that are comprised of predominantly international students. Specific challenges related to quantitative and qualitative classes will be categorized. Both intentional and non-intentional cases of plagiarism will be discussed. Members of all faculties and departments are encouraged to attend to discuss the presence of these issues across university campuses. After the session, a set of tools and tips for fostering a culture of academic integrity will be identified and distributed to session participants.