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Penny Bealle - Biographical Information

Penny Bealle, MLS, PhD.  Penny provides reference services and coordinates library instruction at SCCC's Eastern Campus Library, Riverhead, NY.  She promotes infused library instruction as a means to enhance student outcome behaviors for critical thinking and synthesis skills.  Penny has chaired the college-wide Academic Integrity Committee at SCCC for many years.  Her sabbatical project includes developing academic integrity lessons that classroom faculty will use in their courses.

Prior to joining the SCCC library faculty she was Collection Development Librarian at Adelphi University.  She holds an MLS from Queens College (2000) and a PhD in Art History from Cornell University (1990).

      
     

    Academic Integrity Seminar by Penny Bealle - 6 May 2015

    Promoting Academic Integrity in Your Courses:
    What Works?
     
    a seminar led by:
    Professor Penny Bealle, MLS, Ph.D.
    Eastern Campus Library, Suffolk County Community College
    Visiting Academic (Apr 15 - July 8), University of South Australia
     
    at the
    School of Management, UniSA
    6 May 2015, 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.

    Thanks to: School of Management & Tracey Bretag, UniSA;
    SCCC & SCCC College Wide Academic Integrity Committee, SCCC



    Tally of the 5  "Yes   No" items on the Questionnaire:

    • 58 Yes
    • 1 No & 1 Maybe (both regarding AI question on exam)
    Written comments on questionnaire (N = 12)  from participants (N = about 20)
      
    SUMMARY:  The large number of "Yes" responses and many written statements by participants indicate a strong interest in embedding AI instruction / assessment at the course level.
     
    Please contact me with any questions. Thanks!  Penny.Bealle@unisa.edu.au

    Written comments from "It would be nice if..." - 6 May 2015

    Thanks for sharing your ideas! 

    for the: "It would be nice if my students..." activity.

    SUMMARY:  The broad categories below were evident in the comments.

     It would be nice if my students.....
    • Paraphrased effectively, capturing the meaning and relating it to their ideas
    • Avoided plagiarism and referenced correctly
    • Worked with integrity
    • Understood AI as a guiding value
    • Implemented academic literacy skills
        
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