Academic Dishonesty: Developing and Implementing Institutional Policy
Table of Contents and Introduction
$35 Members/$50 Non-Members; Dennis Bricault; 2007; Item #0117
Drawing heavily from current literature, case law, and a survey of fifty-two North Park University faculty members, this publication provides an overview of academic dishonesty, paying particular attention to associated legal aspects. The guide defines the types and range of academic dishonesty; examines the causes and manifestations of dishonest behavior; analyzes the legal issues affecting academic misconduct: case law, due process, the content and communication of policies, sanctions, prevention, and detection; and provides guidance for administrators and faculty for assessing and restructuring their institutional policies and procedures.