Academic Integrity Supports for Instructors and Students
As instructors and students engage in the remote/online environment, U of T is offering comprehensive supports as you navigate institutional expectations, processes, and learn the norms of a particular discipline.
- Collaborate with colleagues across U of T to tap into existing approaches to existing best practices in assignment and assessment design.
- Register for upcoming CTSI webinars for design and technical guidance.
- View CTSI and/or peer institution recording or live webinar with colleague(s) and discuss together applications to your own courses/discipline.
- Connect with your Liaison Librarian as early as possible in your course. This librarian assistance ensures you are taking a proactive, educational approach to AI:
- For planning your assignments.
- For in-class presentations customized to your assignments addressing the information skills your students will need to be successful in your course.
- For sharing a wide range of short instructional videos.
- Integrate the writing centre and its student supports into your course to ensure students are taught appropriate research writing and referencing/citation for your discipline.
- Regularly remind students of writing centre supports and the value of engaging with these support staff to build one’s confidence in research and writing techniques that may reduce AI offences.
- Contact your divisional Educational Technology support staff for recommended AI technology support.
- For full eProctoring details on divisional implementation see the Ed Tech Catalogue located within the Quercus Support Resources.
- Provide a link on your Quercus course to an online readiness guide for students: Instructor Resource to Help Students: 5 Tips for Students
- If you have questions or need support with Quercus, identify and contact your divisional support team or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protocols for Academic Integrity-related Data Requests (requires UTORid and password to access)