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Course requirements: You will need to read the first four modules of Academic Integrity and do the related exercises (modules 5-7 are optional, but may be assigned to you by your instructor; see info below). You will then need to complete 4 Module Quizzes in Moodle and check and submit an Academic Integrity Declaration.
Step 1: Read the first four modules in Academic Integrity. Make sure to do all the exercises in each module
Step 2: Enrol in the Academic Integrity Moodle course (see below)
Step 3: Do the quizzes in Moodle. Go back to Academic Integrity if you get stuck on a question
Step 4: Read the Academic Integrity Declaration, check off the statements you agree with and submit it
If you have achieved the FULL 10/10 (=100%) on each of the four quizzes and submitted the declaration, you will be awarded a digital badge that will be displayed on your Moodle profile. Instructors will be able to click on your badge and view a description and details of what you have accomplished. The badge serves as proof of completion and is valid for two years. Most of the time you will not be required to repeat the modules and quizzes in other classes during that time (although this is at the discretion of your instructor).
This is what your digital badge will look like:
What if I do not complete a module quiz successfully? You can redo each quiz as many times as you need to get the required percentage to pass.
What if my badge doesn't show in Moodle? Please note that it may take up to 20 minutes for the badge to be displayed. If it does not display within that time, it may be hidden. Follow these instructions to unhide it.
What if there is a glitch with the badge and my instructor wants proof that I have successfully done the quizzes and submitted the declaration? In this case, please take a screenshot of the Module Quizzes and Declaration section after you are finished. It will show checkmarks in the boxes besides each module if you have completed them all successfully. Send the full screenshot or, if you crop it, make sure your name is displayed on it. It will look something like this:
What if my instructor assigns one of the optional modules (modules 5-7; APA, MLA, or Chicago Style) and wants proof that I did the module? As these modules are not a graded part of the Moodle course, they don't have a quiz associated with them. Your instructor may ask you to take a screenshot of the last slide of one or more of the interactive exercises once you completed them, as the last slide shows how many points you got. Here is an example of the last slide of the APA article citation exercise:
Technical requirements: Academic Integrity to which you will also see a link from within the Moodle course, should be viewable on all devices, including PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones with a variety of different browsers. However, we discourage the use of Internet Explorer as it is not supported by Microsoft anymore.
How do I access the course? You will need to enroll in the "Academic Integrity" course in Moodle. To do so, click on the link below and log in with your student ID and password. It will then ask you to enroll.