The objective of this module is to provide all entry-level students with a common understanding of the academic conduct expectations in the University environment. There are several units that provide basic information on a range of common academic offenses, including: assault and endangerment (Unit 1), vexatious conduct (Unit 2), theft or property damage (Unit 3), unauthorized use of facilities (Unit 4) false charges (Unit 5) and aiding in the commission of an offense. This module provides students with clear and simple descriptions of academic conduct offenses. The goal of this module is to provide students with concise and practical information that will help them understand the expectations for academic conduct in Canadian Universities.
- Recognize the difference between acceptable and unacceptable academic conduct
- Understand the consequences of conduct offenses
- Know the expectations and procedures for reporting conduct offences
- Avoid unintended offenses
|Academic Conduct - Quiz | Download File (133.93 KB)||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This formative quiz is not part of the module. You may choose to use this assessment piece in alternate ways, such as a guide for building your own Academic Conduct exam.
|Professional Law and Ethics for Engineers Glossary | Download File (48.47 KB)||Dr. Arash Shahi||
This PDF contains an overview of the major terms used in Professional Law and Ethics for Engineers.
|Academic Conduct (Storyline File)||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This Storyline File can be downloaded and modified to your specific learning objectives (within the bounds of the creative commons licensing selected for this file. This is encouraged, but any technical issues are not supported by the University of Toronto.
|Academic Conduct (SCORM Package)||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This SCORM package can be uploaded into your institution's Learning Management System.
|Theft and Property Damage | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary, Lydia Wilkinson||
This Academic Conduct video contains sections on Theft and Property Damage.
|Unauthorized Use of Facilities | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This Academic Conduct video contains sections on Unauthorized Use of Facilities, and examples.
|False Charges | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary, Lydia Wilkinson||
This Academic Conduct video contains sections on what constitutes a false charge, and how a false charge is decided.
|Aiding in the Commission of an Offense | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This Academic Conduct video contains sections on Actions that Aid an Offense and Inactions that Aid an Offense.
|Reflection: Academic Conduct | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This video is a reflection activity for the Academic Conduct Overview. It asks two questions. The learner can pause the video for personal contemplation. There is no graded component.
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|Overview: Academic Conduct | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This video is an overview for this module. It includes sections on the expectations for academic conduct in Canadian universities, procedures for reporting violations and potential disciplinary actions. It can be paired with "Academic Conduct: Reflection" video.
|Assault and Endangerment | Link||Lydia Wilkinson, Dr. Todd McAlary||
This Academic Conduct video contains sections on Assault, Endangerment, Threats, and examples.
|Vexatious Conduct | Link||Dr. Todd McAlary||
This Academic Conduct video contains sections on Vexation, Racism and Bigotry, Harrasment, Intimidation, Stalking and Disruption.