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Online Tutorial on Academic Integrity
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The purpose of this tutorial is to promote academic integrity at Northern Illinois University by increasing students' awareness of the issues and offering strategies to protect themselves from academic dishonesty situations. This tutorial is intended for self-paced learning by students, and faculty can use it as an educational resource to supplement their classroom discussions on academic integrity.

The tutorial may take approximately an hour to review the content and complete the activities depending on the user's background, Web navigation skills and type of Web access. Please review the Overview, Navigation Tips, and Certificate of Completion sections first and then click on “Get Started” to begin the tutorial. No user information or quiz scores are saved on this site and the quizzes must be completed in one session to obtain a Certificate of Completion.

Do not open the tutorial by clicking a link for it through another software such as Blackboard, Word, etc. First close the browser and other open software, and then open the browser and type in the tutorial URL directly on the browser and go to the tutorial. Before clicking the "Get Started" Button, please disable pop-up blockers and close other software such as Microsoft Office, Blackboard, chat, music, email, etc. Do not close the tutorial content screens when taking the quizzes. Your quiz scores are temporarily saved in the tutorial screens, and if you close the tutorial screen, the quizzes may hang up or you may not be able to print the scores and certificate. This tutorial is best viewed at 800 by 600 screen resolution using a Java-enabled Internet Explorer browser. This tutorial was funded by the Committee for the Improvement of Undergraduate Education, and Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center at Northern Illinois University.

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NIU Academic Integrity Tutorial
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