Online Student Conduct: Procedures, Compliance & Assessment
Institutions have responded to student misconduct since the first class was in session. With the growth of online institutions, online course offerings, and increased remote student populations, it is important for distance education institutions to have an understanding that much of the behavior challenges that take place on the campus also take place online. This presentation will provide examples, scenarios, and processes for serving a variety of student needs. The goal of our conduct office is to provide a fair process for our students, to protect the integrity of our university and serve the developmental needs of our students. We will provide a procedural flow chart for internal processes and tracking as well as templates for informal as well as formal online student conduct processes. This webinar will focus on preparing and challenging distant educators for the growing prevalence of classroom mutiny, disruption, harassment, academic dishonesty, and other concerning behaviors which take place online daily.
- Review the changing needs of our student population as it relates to online education
- Share different methods for maintaining or improving your online conduct processes, communication and tracking tools
- Define and describe a variety of online tools institutions can use to provide continuous support
- Identify extra tools and resources you can use to assess your pre-existing processes
- Discover how you can begin to use these tools immediately for launching or assessing our pre-existing online conduct process
- Learn the value of cross-departmental collaboration and how to initiate such partnerships
- Develop a plan for implementation and ongoing assessment
- 2-year & 4-year institutions
- Academic Affairs/Instruction
- Student Services/Affairs
- Student Conduct Officers
- Online Learning Administrators & Staff
- Faculty who teach or plan to teach online/hybrid courses
- Online Learning Professionals
- Any educator interested in online student conduct
"Do the right thing! Do the right thing for your students, your faculty and staff, and your community. Upholding the integrity of your community and serving the developmental needs of your students is the responsibility of your student conduct office."
Joseph Allen has worked in higher education for the past eight years, serving in many capacities such as the Director of Student Development, International Student Advisor, Director of Residential Life and Housing, Director of Student Affairs and Career Services, and in his current role as the Director of Student Development & Retention at Ashford University. Ashford University has over 500 students on campus in Clinton, Iowa and over 50,000 students online. In his current role, Joseph oversees the formal and informal conduct process, upholding the University’s Student Community Standards. In this role, Joseph and his conduct officers oversee the University’s conduct response and communication addressing online Title IX matters.
"Student conduct issues happen online more often than you would think."
Christina Jaquez has worked in higher education since 2008. She has experience in higher education Admissions, Learning & Development, Academic Resolution, Dispute Resolution, and also has taught courses online. She currently is a Student Community Standards Specialist for Ashford University, serving as a conduct officer primarily for the online student population, which includes the adjudication of behavioral and Title IX files. Christina has extensive training in Title IX investigation and adjudication matters. Christina has her BA in Communications from the University of California, San Diego, and her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School.
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