Please refer to our Academic Honesty for Remote/Online Learning handout (PDF) which has been adapted from the Honor Council at Emory University.
It contains assignment design suggestions, teaching tips, and best practice reminders of what instructors can do to encourage originality and support students in completing their work with honesty and integrity.
Also, please refer to our advice for following academic honesty guidelines handout (PDF) for further information on communicating with students and on upholding proctoring and other testing requirements set by AS&E.
Required Course Materials
- Honor pledge resources (required: honor pledge on all exams)
- Syllabus templates (required: syllabus or website statement)
- In-class slide template (required: in-class statement during first two weeks of course)
- Group project assignments
- Proctoring (website) (PDF)
- Guidance and Policies on Proctoring with Zoom in AS&E Courses
- Fall 2020 suggested syllabus statement for instructors using Zoom proctoring
- Electronic devices in examinations
Sample Course Materials
- Course-specific academic honesty guidance from "Introduction to Painting" (instructor Heather Layton)
Academic Dishonesty Report Forms
- Instructor Resolution Warning Letter (.pdf) (.doc) (instructions)
- Instructor Resolution with Penalty (.pdf) (.doc) (instructions)
- Board Resolution (.pdf) (.doc) (instructions)
- Waiver for One-Time Release of Records (for use by undergraduate and graduate students)
- Waiver for Ongoing Single-Purpose Release of Records (for use by graduate students only)
- Contact the academic honesty liaison to request training