The Camosun College Academic Integrity course is a self-registration course for students offered through D2L's Discover Tool. The course takes approximately 45 minute and includes a quiz. Upon successful completion students are awarded a digital badge that will appear on their D2L instance. To register for the course:
*Note: Once you have registered for the course it will appear in your course gallery under "Training" or in the dropdown course list from the "course tile" at the top of the D2L page.
For student questions about the course or technical issues please contact email@example.com
This course was created and is maintained by Librarians Margie Clarke and Patricia (Patsy) Scott. For questions about the content or management of this course please contact us directly:
Margie Clarke: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia (Patsy) Scott: email@example.com
Once you have received a 100% on the quiz follow these instructions to get your digital badge:
You can also share this award with an individual instructor by sharing a link with them. Select the Create the link button and then Copy Link to grab the URL before you click Close
Faculty Instructions for viewing a student's badge
Have you taken the course or integrated it into your class curriculum? We'd love to hear about it! Please fill out this short survey to help us understand how the course is being used by Faculty-- suggestions for improvement welcome!
Students who register for courses at Camosun are required to sign an Academic Integrity agreement as a part of the registration process. Below is a description of the process, a screen shot of where these agreements are found in student accounts, and the text of the agreement.
To register, you must sign this agreement by clicking Accept below. This acknowledges you are aware of your Academic Integrity responsibilities.
All Camosun students must follow the expectations set out in the college's . Students must complete all work, study and assignments honestly, without cheating. This includes plagiarizing, lying, falsifying information, or receiving unauthorized help.
The Academic Integrity Policy also details the consequences of failing to meet these standards. Breaches of academic integrity can result in penalties -- for example, loss of marks or failing grades. Repeated or severe offenses may result in suspension.
The college provides resources and supports to help you understand academic integrity. The best place to start is the . This guide provides real-life examples of what to avoid. It also suggests how to ensure you complete your work with integrity.
If you are unsure what plagiarism, cheating or misconduct are, ask your instructor. Or email: .
An instructor may require that you complete a short online course about Academic Integrity. To learn more about the course, email: .
I have read the college's Academic Integrity policy, and commit to completing my studies with honesty and integrity.
I will respect the standards set by my instructors and the college and I will be responsible for the consequences of my choices and actions.
Once students have access to D2L they can access the Discover tool and can register for the Academic Integrity Course, even if they do not yet have access to the course site of their registered classes.
Students have access to D2L approximately 30 days before the start of their classes if they are registered for at least one course.
Exceptions to this include: