Academic Integrity Session Essay

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Academic Integrity
Session
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Attendance
Absenteeism Adds Up

Internship
Requirement

Professional
Standards

Attendance

Internship Requirement
Goes Hand In Hand with Attendance

• Maintain a good attendance record
• Limit absenteeism to 70 hours or less across the entire program
• For internship purposes: o 1 day (6-7 hours) o Late (3-3.5 hours)
Refer to the Internship Guide for further requirements

Professional Standards
• Reflects professional work standards
• Demonstrates respect, work ethic, and discipline
• Impacts internship and future job opportunities

UWPACE instructors are industry professionals and have wide network of industry contacts.

HRMAM
Standard of Conduct
Professional Competence
When discharging the responsibilities of an HR practitioner, do so with integrity, honesty and diligence. Support, provide, and apply the principles of human rights, equity, dignity, and respect in the workplace and maintain competence in the performance of professional responsibilities. (HRMAM, 2005)

HRMAM. (2005, September 13). Standard of Conduct. Retrieved August
1, 2012, from HRMAM: http://www.hrmam.org/?page=Standard_of_Conduct What Constitutes
Absenteeism?
o Sick or family leave o Medical & personal appointments o Late arrivals to class and from breaks o Extended absences during class o Early departures from class
2 extended periods of absence constitute 1 day of absence

Reporting Absences:
Who Should You Tell?
• Course instructor (check course outline for contact information) • Academic Advisor (Karen Warkentin)
• A funding agent (if applicable)
• Group project classmates
Remember:
• Chronic absenteeism may require consultation with the
UWinnipeg Accessibility Resource Centre

Tracking & Reporting
• Bring your name tag to class and place it in front of you before class commences
• Instructors will track attendance every day
• Report absenteeism to the Academic
Advisor

Group Work
Turing Lemons to
Lemonade

Group Dynamics and Individual
Approaches to Work
• High Performers versus Work Slackers
• Understand Your Own Approach to Work
• Explore Ways to Engage Contribution through
Empathy and Specialized Skill Sets (i.e., Computer
Skills, Minute Taking, etc.)
• Focus on the Ultimate Quality of Product and Not
Group Dynamics
• Reward Quality Effort through the Peer Evaluation
Process

Grade Policies
What You Must Know

Academic Policy
Clarifications
• Consult a Program Coordinator if you require clarification regarding academic policies and guideline Do not seek clarification on any academic policy from a classmate as they are not an authoritative source of information.

Letter-Graded VS
Pass/Fail Graded
Letter-Graded System: Evaluation is based on a numeric value • Every letter-graded course calculates into overall GPA
• Minimum Passing Grade: C (<57%)
• Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average for
Internship Eligibility: B+ (<3.5)
• Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average for
Articulation for Credit to a UWinnipeg Degree: C+
(<2.5)
Pass/Fail Grade System: Evaluation has a subjective value o Counts towards program requirements o Must achieve a passing grade

Letter Grade Breakdown
Percentage (%)

Letter Grade

GPA

96-100

A+

4.5

91-95

A

4.0

83-90

A-

3.75

75-82

B+

3.5

70-74

B

3.0

66-69

C+

2.5

57-65

C

2.0

50-56

D

1.0

Failure

F

0.0

WebAdvisor:
Online Grade Access
• Requires the user name and password assigned to you by the University
• Real Time
• Does not display transfer credit

Course Outline
• Describes evaluation criteria
• May be supplemented by assignment instructions
Please consult the instructors before the assignment deadline for clarification on any questions.
Retain an electronic copy of all assignment as back-up.

Retain a copy of your course outline for further academic pursuits or be prepared to pay an administrative fee for
Archived Course Outline Requests.

Academic
Accommodation Process:
Accessibility Resource Centre
• Formalizing the Process
• Required…