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ENGLW1501 Ding Addendum Service-Learning Policies These policies clarify how issues of academic integrity, disabilities services, confidentiality, and privacy apply to academic work that occurs off campus and with vulnerable populations. Academic integrity also applies to community work done for academic credit. Any of the following actions constitute academic dishonesty within a community- based learning context and will be addressed in the same way as any other act of academic dishonesty: 1. Misrepresenting hours completed at a community site or spent working on a community project (students can count time spent off-site doing work that is required to complete a project for a community organization). 2. Writing reflections or completing other assignments about events or activities the student was supposed to attend and participate in, but did not actually attend or participate in. 3. Signing in at a site or training session and leaving before the hours or training was completed OR signing in for a friend or classmate at a site. 4. Writing reflections based on previous community work or documenting hours done at a community organization during a previous semester and misrepresenting it as your current service-learning experience. Accommodations for Students Registered with Disability Services Doing Service-Learning If you are registered with Disability Services, you are eligible to receive accommodations from the University when doing service-learning in the community. While not all buildings where community groups are located are 100% accessible to students with physical disabilities, service-learning staff can work with you to find a service-learning site that meets your needs. If you have an invisible disability, we encourage you to talk with your service-learning liaison and/or your DS specialist to discuss the type of work environment and structure you need to be successful during your community experience.
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