Document Type

Presentation

Date

10-18-2019

Keywords

academic, integrity, graduate, library, librarian

Language

English

Disciplines

Library and Information Science

Description/Abstract

As Graduate Services Coordinator at RIT, the presenter was asked to provide instruction on academic integrity to new graduate students for two consecutive Fall Semester Orientations. This presentation will compare and contrast academic integrity orientation activities delivered in the Fall 2018 Semester with those delivered in the Fall 2019 Semester. In the latter term, the RIT Office of Graduate Education placed a greater emphasis on academic integrity content and less emphasis on information about library resources and services, as compared with the former term, in their orientation program for new graduate students. This presentation will focus on the evolving role of the librarian as academic integrity instructor at RIT, and discuss some lessons learned in practice.

Additional Information

Presentation given at 2019 Conference of Upstate New York Science Librarians, held at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

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