INT D 710: Ethics and Academic Citizenship

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Course Description:

6 hours | Asynchronous, Online | For Master's and Doctoral Students

INT D 710: Ethics and Academic Citizenship provides foundational knowledge of ethical principles and relevant university policies, including: academic integrity, plagiarism, research ethics, conflict of interest, workplace ethics, and health.

The course will be open to students in BearTracks on August 1, 2022, and will appear on students' official transcript record.

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Course Objectives:

  1. Equip graduate students with a basic understanding of university policy, including their rights and responsibilities; and
  2. Provide foundational knowledge of the behavioural expectations that support academic integrity, ethical research, and an atmosphere of safety and dignity for all members of the University of Alberta community.

Intended Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify ethical concerns related to academic citizenship, including: Indigenous perspectives on relationship with land, academic integrity and research ethics, information and data binding, workplace ethics and health; and
  2. Define, recognize, and analyze ethical matters related to academic citizenship.