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Welcome to WCONLINE for Academic Honesty! Register for an account by clicking the link to the left. Also, welcome to Fall 2024!

As classes unfold with assignments given in a combination of in-person, online, and hybrid formats, keep in mind that the same principles, rules, and requirements for integrity outlined in the Academic Honesty Policy apply to all AS&E coursework and degree progress. In particular, keep in mind it is ALWAYS safest to cite generative AI technologies such as ChatGPT or DALL-E, or AI-powered tools such as Grammarly or Quillbot, WHENEVER you use them in your work.

These rules exist on three levels—all AS&E, the specific course(s) you take, and exams and assignments you have in those courses. You can be held responsible for violating the rules, even if you didn’t know you were doing so at the time.

To ensure that you know enough to follow the honesty policy rules, understand your professors’ expectations, and complete your work with integrity, you should start by reading:

(1) the AS&E policy (linked here),

(2) the academic honesty guidelines given in the syllabus of each course you take (paying special attention to what these rules say about use of generative AI and other learning technologies),

(3) any additional academic honesty-related guidelines or requirements your instructors may have provided for the first assignment that is due in each course (again, pay attention to whether generative AI use is permitted, prohibited, or optional).

Please read the Tips and Pitfalls resource posted on the Academic Honesty Website. The Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program's Academic Honesty with Online Learning Tools provides great guidance. And if you have been reported on suspicion of violating the honesty policy, instructor resolution and Board resolution FAQ documents (from the Suspected of Dishonesty page) are excellent resources also. 

RememberAll of us are responsible for acting with integrity and upholding the culture of fair and honest work we want to see on campus. If you are ever in doubt about what that means, please make an appointment and ask!



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