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CAEX Courses:
CAEX 3100 - Skills for Academic Integrity

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(1.5 credits)

In this 4-week course, students study Walden's policy on academic integrity and apply strategies to ensure academic integrity in their work. The course is designed to help graduate students recognize and avoid violations of academic integrity. In a supportive environment, students practice the techniques needed to ensure academic integrity, including paraphrasing, quoting, avoiding misuse of previously written material, managing time, and using plagiarism-detection software to screen for originality.

Note: This course is for quarter-based graduate (including master's-level and doctoral level) students. (This course was previously listed as WCSS 3100.)