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Academic Integrity Tutorial



Because academic integrity is taken very seriously at Baylor, completion of Baylor’s online Academic Integrity Tutorial with a perfect score (100) is required for all new Freshmen and Transfer students.

Each semester a hold will be placed on the accounts of all new Freshmen and Transfer students by the Office of Academic Integrity for the “Required Tutorial to Register.” Students will be notified by email when the hold goes into effect. When a student has successfully completed the tutorial, this hold will be removed allowing the student to register for the next semester.


The Fall 2013 holds will go into effect soon for all new Freshmen and Transfer students. The tutorial will be available beginning Thursday, September 12, 2013. Students should log in to their Blackboard accounts. There they will find the link for the Academic Integrity Tutorial and Quiz.

The Tutorial will take about 30 minutes to complete and contains two parts: The tutorial and a 10-question, 100-point quiz. Throughout the tutorial, students will encounter some multiple-choice questions and other learning exercises: These questions will be unscored and are meant to reinforce the material  in the tutorial.

Note: On the quiz, some questions may have more than one correct answer.


Please read the following instructions before you take the quiz:

  • Browser: Before you take a test using Blackboard, you'll want to revisit the Browser Guide each semester and go through ALL 3 STEPS to make sure that you are using a supported browser, that the browser is setup correctly and that you have Java installed (visit http://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp to verify Java is installed on your computer).
  • Connectivity: In addition, you will want to use a hard line internet connection whenever possible to reduce the chance that your connection would get dropped during a test.
  • Java Warnings: Finally, if you see a pop-up window to run Java (see example below) when you start a test, you always want to say 'Yes' AND check the box indicated to always perform this action within Blackboard so it won't keep asking you on that computer:

 

For questions not addressed in these instructions, please email Academic_Integrity@Baylor.edu.