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Range of Interventions

Violation

OFFENSE

Learning Intervention (Example: Academic Integrity Module)

Parent Contact by Teacher

Redo for between 0%-50% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes)

Redo for between 50%-80% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes)

Automatic Zero

Possible Parent Contact by Academic Integrity Department

Possible IL Involvement/Notification

Possible Proctored Exam

Mandated Proctored Exam

Possible F Grade for Segment

Possible Expulsion from FLVS

Possible removal of completed course grade, if AI issue determined retroactively

Possible Involvement of Director(s) of Instruction

Other as Designated by AIM

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Academic Integrity: Matrix

PLAGIARISM

CHEATING

Student Academic Broker

OFFENSE

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Learning Intervention

Parent Contact by Teacher

Redo for between 0%-50% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes)

Redo for between 50%-80% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes)

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Automatic Zero

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Possible Parent Contact by Academic Integrity Department

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Possible IL Involvement/Notification

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Possible Proctored Exam

Mandated Proctored Exam

Possible Complete F for Segment

Possible Expulsion from FLVS

Possible removal of completed course grade, if AI issue determined retroactively

Possible Involvement of Director(s) of Instruction

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Other as Designated by AIM

PLAGIARISM

CHEATING

STUDENT ACADEMIC BROKER

Student who represents work that has been copied or pasted from a published Internet resource such as, but not limited to, Wikipedia or any source without the proper credit.

Student who represents any other person’s work or work from any source including harddrives, software, or answer banks (such as, but not limited to,Yahoo! Answers, Craigslist, translator services, etc.) as heir own. Examples include inappropriate email soliciting answers, documented inappropriate discussions, student to student cheating, and cheating in a lab classroom.

Student who posts work to a secondary source, such as, but not limited to, Facebook, Yahoo! Answers, MySpace, or shares a virtual or hard copy file of any work whether or not compensation occurs.

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