Sharing is Caring? Exploring Academic Integrity and File-Sharing Behaviours
Join Dr. Brenda Stoesz (University of Manitoba) and Josh Seeland (Assiniboine Community College) for an interactive session on academic file-sharing among students. Learn what some of the issues are, and how to address them from an academic integrity perspective.
This online event is part of the Academic Integrity Webinar Series, offered through the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. The series is convened by Dr. Sarah Elaine Eaton, Educational Leader in Residence, Academic Integrity.
- Understand what academic file-sharing is and how it works.
- Understand how predatory commercial file sharing sites can exploit or deceive students.
- Discuss how educators can work with students to understand what ethical sharing means.
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