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Thursday, June 10 • 10:30am - 11:00am
The Pandemic and Academic Integrity: Student Affairs Professionals as a Support to Academic Interventions in Response to Plagiarism

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The Pandemic’s unprecedented impact on the academy is undeniable. Instructional methods have changed. Student support services have changed. Case study data and national trends are suggesting student academic behaviors are changing as well. A number of researchers are beginning to note a rise in plagiarism and are tying it to reading habits (Salik, Safitri, Satyaputri, & Ningsih, 2020), shifts in attitudes around it (Farooq, & Sultana, 2021; Memon, A. R., & Mavrinac, 2020) and are attempting to investigate the predictors of plagiarism (Nabee, Mageto, & Pisa, 2021). This presentation will provide a contemporary overview of the academic integrity issue, how a public HBCU has identified its own issue with it since the Pandemic, and the role of Student Affairs in supporting Academic Interventions for faculty.

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Dr. Mitch Mitchell

Assistant Dean of Students, Winston-Salem State University
Dr. Mitch Mitchell is the Assistant Dean of Students at Winston Salem State University (WSSU) and has formerly served as an Academic Counselor responsible for the Writing Center/Writing Mentor Programs and for academic intervention support of students, Director of Advising and Career... Read More →

Thursday June 10, 2021 10:30am - 11:00am PDT