Question 1 Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, any act by which a student gains or attempts to gain an academic advantage for him/herself or another by misrepresenting his/her or another’s work or by interfering with the independent completion, submission, or evaluation of academic work.
Question 2 Common knowledge, information that would be known by most people, must be cited.
Question 3 It is better to provide an incorrect citation than plagiarize.
Question 4 Plagiarism occurs if you use someone's ____________________ without attribution.
all of the above
Question 5 Self-plagiarism is a level ______ violation of the University of Arkansas Academic Integrity Policy.
not a violation
Question 6 The Academic Integrity Monitor has the last say in the sanctions applied to an academic integrity violation.
Question 7 The University of Arkansas has an academic integrity policy.
Question 8 The following act is considered a violation of the University of Arkansas Academic Integrity policy:
Copying from another student’s work during an test.
Question 9 The following act is considered a violation of the University of Arkansas Academic Integrity policy:
Working with another student on a take-home examinations when instructed to work independently.
Question 10 The following act is considered a violation of the University of Arkansas Academic Integrity policy:
Watching another student take a quiz on Blackboard before attempting the quiz yourself.
Question 11 The following act is considered a violation of the University of Arkansas Academic Integrity policy:
Using formulas programmed in a calculator without the instructor knowing.
Question 12 The following act is considered a violation of the University of Arkansas Academic Integrity policy:
Question 21 The intent of the student is considered in academic dishonesty cases.
Question 22 There is a process for students to contest their responsibility for an academic integrity violation.
Question 23 There is one Academic Integrity Monitor for the University of Arkansas.
Question 24 Jordan is a junior, political science major who wants to go to law school. Camden is a junior, business major and plans to go home after graduation and work for his parent’s business. It is clear that Jordan is more studious than Camden. The next to last test of their Philosophy course is coming up and Camden has realized that he has to get nearly perfect scores on the 3rd and 4th test in order to pass the class. Jordan offers to help him study, but Camden doesn’t take advantage of the offer. During the test, Jordan and Camden sit next to each other. Half way through the test, Jordan realizes that Camden is copying his answers and glances over at him and shakes his head to indicate that he needs to stop, but Camden continues copying his answers. Due to the size of the desk and the cramped testing space, it makes it impossible for Jordan to cover his answer sheets, so he rushes through the test. Before turning in his test, he debates telling the instructor of what Camden was doing, but decides not to, because he doesn’t want to be a snitch. After the test Jordan gets an e-mail from the instructor asking to speak with him. During the meeting Jordan is told that his test is nearly identical to another student. Jordan is asked if he looked off of someone else’s test or if someone looked off of his. Jordan tells the instructor that he saw Camden look. The instructor told Jordan that since he was aware of Camden’s actions and that he didn’t tell his instructor at that time he had violated the Academic Integrity process.
- Do you think the instructor is correct for referring Jordan?
- What do you think Jordan could have done differently in this situation?
- If you were in Jordan’s shoes would you have informed the instructor of what Camden had done?
- Would you still be friends with Camden after this incident?