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Facilitating an Academic Integrity Presentation

Thank you for your interest in facilitating an Academic Integrity presentation in your classroom! Below you will find all of the resources you need to effectively engage students in a discussion about doing academically honest work.
The following materials are provided for you:

PowerPoint presentation
            The PowerPoint presentation will take approximately 20 minutes to facilitate.  In the notes section of each slide the instructions and script that accompany the slide content are provided for you.  You may tailor the PowerPoint to your class, but please let us know if you make significant changes to the presentation. We recommend printing out a hardcopy of the presentation, so you can review the information and prepare any talking points you’d like to include during the presentation.   
PDF Handouts: Code of Academic Integrity Fact Sheet, Code of Student Conduct Fact Sheet, Honor Pledge, & Resources Handout
            Each PDF document can be provided to students either in hardcopy or electronically, via your course website or ELMS website.  The “Code of Academic Integrity Fact Sheet” provides the definitions of the four types of academic misconduct and examples of how to avoid committing such acts; The “Code of Student Conduct Fact Sheet” explains prohibited behavior at the University; The “Honor Pledge” handout reviews the Pledge for students; and the “Resource Handout” provides a list of on-campus and on-line academic resources to assist students in doing academically honest work and being successful throughout their college careers.
Note: documents in Portable Document Format (PDF) require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view, download Adobe Acrobat Reader.

We hope you have a positive experience engaging students in a meaningful discussion about academic integrity and the Honor Pledge here at the University of Maryland.  If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Conduct at or 301.314.8204