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Faculty Online Migration LibGuide: Online Academic Honesty

This LibGuide is chock full of resources that will help you migrate your courses to an online environment.

Description

Lee's Academic Honesty Code means performing all academic work without plagiarism, cheating, lying, tampering, stealing, giving or receiving unauthorized assistance from any other person, or using any source of information that is not common knowledge without properly acknowledging the source.

Cheating Prevention Techniques & Software

CHEATING PREVENTION TECHNIQUES:

 

CHEATING PREVENTION SOFTWARE

 

Honorlock:

  • Remote online proctoring software provided by Lee College
  • Works with Chromebooks (most of the computers checked out to students by the college are Chromebooks)

Simulated exam using Honorlock:

  • Honorlock recommends letting your students take a simulated exam with Honorlock to practice using the software before they take a graded test.

Respondus LockDown Browser:

  • Introduction to LockDown Browser for Blackboard Learn Ultra: This video shows how LockDown Browser works within BlackBoard Learn Ultra courses.  When students use LockDown Browser they are unable to print, copy, or go to another website, or access other applications.  

    • Respondus Lockdown Browser & Monitor Documentation from Lee CollegeThis documentation is available in the Faculty Resource Course and gives troubleshooting techniques, computer compatibility requirements, installation guidance for various electronic devices.

    • Respondus Training Webinars: This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams.  The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including enhancements that make Respondus Monitor even more effective and easy to use.

Academic Honesty Violations in Your Classroom

Plagiarism Prevention techniques & Software

PLAGIARISM PREVENTION TECHNIQUES:

DETECTING PLAGIARISM SOFTWARE:

  • The Glatt Plagiarism Self-Detection Test provides a ROUGH estimate that plagiarism has or has not occurred.  Based on the percentage of correct answers, the test results are intended to be used to help you become aware of text which you may have inadvertently plagiarized.
  • The Plagiarism Resource Site provides, among other things, open source software developed by physics professor Louis A. Bloomfield.  The software (WCopyFind) looks through a collection of documents, looking for matching language.
  • SafeAssign Tutorial for StudentsShows students how to quickly use SafeAssign to check their essay or paper for any type of plagiarism.
  • TurnItIn: is a tool that students and instructors can use to identify potential instances of plagiarism. When you submit your paper to Turnitin®, you will get a similarity report that should be reviewed carefully so you can make any needed revisions to your paper.