Define academic voice and plagiarism.
Academic voice is a form of communication that uses a formal tone with clarity, professionalism, and straightforwardness. At its core are declarative statements, avoidance … & Hum, 2017).
Plagiarism is the representation of another author’s work or ideas as own and without full acknowledgment.
Apply your knowledge of academic voice and plagiarism to the rewritten passage, locating and identifying errors.
“The correlational method can be very useful, but it must be used ……
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Academic essay writing is one of the most important practices in the learning process for students. Academic writing basically refers to the writing a student has to complete for his/her high school, college or university courses. While academic writing assignments have different names, they have the same objective in the learning process. The main goal of academic essay writing is for the student to demonstrate what he/she understands and can think critically regarding the specific topic (Whitaker, p.2). In addition, … essay writing is for the student to demonstrate what he/she understands and can think critically regarding the specific topic (Whitaker, p.2). In addition, academic writing provides a student with an avenue to develop his/her critical thinking skills, research skills, and ability to evaluate and organize information. This … are important in the students learning and development and are applicable in the job market. This paper examines the……
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Drug Use as a Leading Cause of Poor Academic Performance among College Students
There are a wide range of factors that negatively impact the academic performance of college students. Some of the factors that have been routinely mentioned on this front include, but they are not limited to: … of familial/marital problems), etc. One factor that has in the recent past received significant attention in as far as its impact on the academic performance of college students is concerned is drug/substance abuse.
From the onset, it is important to note that according to the World … development of a wide range of health complications.
One other adverse effect that has been receiving significant attention in recent times is poor academic performance. The Centers for Diseases Control and…[break]…In the final analysis, Meda et al. point out that despite there being data clearly indicating that … Meda et al. point……
“Alcohol and Other Drugs Use and Academic Achievement.” Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/health_and_academics/pdf/alcohol_other_drug.pdf . Accessed 1st May 2020.
Meda, Shashwath, et al. “Longitudinal influence of alcohol and marijuana use on academic performance in college students.” PLoS ONE, vol. 12, no. 3, 2016, pp. 13-17.
Skidmore, Chloe, et al. “Substance Use among College Students.” Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, vol. 25, no 4, 2016, pp. 735-753.
“Substance Abuse.” World Health Organization, https://www.who.int/topics/substance_abuse/en/ . Accessed 1st May 2020.
… strategies to determine the one that works. The first one is the education of college students on the impact of drugs and their academic performance. Students must be informed of the negative effects that drug use has on their body and their academic performance (Abelman 4). This will assist the students to make informed decisions about their drug consumption. The college should have drug prevention programs … to drug abuse (Califano 1). These programs will demonstrate to the college students the negative effects of drug use not only on their academic performance but also on their lives as well (Abelman 5). While it might seem the programs are scaring the students, it is better … colleges. The programs will educate the lecturers on the methods that can incorporate into their classes when they notice that students have poor academic performance and they suspect it could be caused by drug……
Abelman, Dor David. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Mitigating Risks of Students Use of Study Drugs through Understanding Motivations for Use and Applying Harm Reduction Theory: A Literature Review.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Harm reduction journal 14.1 (2017): 68. Print.
Cadigan, Jennifer M, et al. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Patterns of Alcohol Use and Marijuana Use among Students at 2-and 4-Year Institutions.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Journal of American college health 67.4 (2019): 383-90. Print.
Califano, Joseph A. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Wasting the Best and the Brightest: Alcohol and Drug Abuse on College Campuses.\\\\\\\\\\\\" 2007. Web.
Dennis, Dr. Kim. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Recognizing, Understanding and Combatting Alcohol & Drug Abuse on Campus.\\\\\\\\\\\\" n.d. Web.
… of classroom size. The smaller the classroom the more engaged the student is likely to be, which translates into a greater likelihood of academic success. If the school cannot afford small classes across the board, the best solution is to have introductory courses be large but higher ……
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… process to aid those students who feel the institution has wrongly charged them with violation of scholastic integrity standards.
Boston University (BU)
The academic code of conduct of BU attempts at facilitating the cultivation of an environment conducive to student learning. It explains the ethical requirements of … explains the ethical requirements of BU students, in addition to guaranteeing student responsibilities and rights owing to their being a member of an academic community. Additionally, it is clear on procedures and policies pertaining to academic conduct. It forms the basis of a professional atmosphere of student integrity in the institution, helping ensure all students are appropriately recognized for … orally or in writing (whether electronically or in print) whilst failing to cite the right source, and collaboration with an individual in any academic project but failing to acknowledge their contribution.
Out of all three reviewed institutions, Brown University alone possesses……
Boston University. (2019, December 28). Academic Conduct Code. Retrieved from Boston University: https://www.bu.edu/academics/policies/academic-conduct-code/
Brown University. (2019, December 28). The Academic Code. Retrieved from Brown University: https://www.brown.edu/academics/college/degree/sites/brown.edu.academics.college.degree/files/uploads/Academic-Code.pdf
Thomas Edison University. (2019, December 28). Academic Code of Conduct. Retrieved from Thomas Edison University: https://www.tesu.edu/academics/catalog/academic-code-of-conduct
… every educational institution is to ensure a positive development in the lives, mentality, and intellectual capacity of its students. This goes beyond just academic rigour and extends to the incorporation of extra-curricular activities, infrastructure, and other such elements that foster a conducive, friendly, and supportive environment for … elements that foster a conducive, friendly, and supportive environment for an excellent learning experience (Commodore, Gasman, Conrad, & Nguyen, 2018. pp.1-2). While the academic affairs unit of an educational institution is responsible for the design and execution of curricular activities, the student affairs units have a better … p. 139). Considering the impact of these two units and their individual responsibilities, as regards the student learning and development experience in an academic institution, it is imperative for “them” to have an effective collaboration across all facets of academic planning, activity suggestions, and the overall educational experience (Blake, 2017, p.65).
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Commodore, F., Gasman, M., Conrad, C., & Nguyen, T.-H. (2018). Coming Together: A Case Study of Collaboration Between Student Affairs and Faculty at Norfolk State University. Frontiers in Education, 3. doi:10.3389/feduc.2018.00039. Retrieved from: https://sci-hub.tw/https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2018.00039
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Rohli, R.V., Keppler, K.J., & Winkler, D.L. (2013). Academic Development of First-Year Living-Learning Program Students before and after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita of 2005. Learning Communities Research and Practice, 1(3), 1-16. Retrieved from: https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1112658.pdf
Spanierman, L. B., Soble, J. R., Mayfield, J. B., Neville, H. A., Aber, M., Khuri, L., & De La Rosa, B. (2013). Living Learning Communities and Students’ Sense of Community and Belonging. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 50(3), 308–325. doi:10.1515/jsarp-2013-0022. Retrieved from: https://sci-hub.tw/https://doi.org/10.1515/jsarp-2013-0022
Terri, F. B. (2013). Utilizing student affairs professionals to enhance student and faculty experiences and mitigate risk in short-term, faculty-led study abroad programs. Journal of International Education in Business, 6(2), 136-147. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JIEB-05-2013-0019 . Retrieved from: https://sci-hub.tw/10.1108/JIEB-05-2013-0019
… tenure has been embedded in higher educational policy since 1940. Tenure has remained the cornerstone of higher education, promoting broader values related to academic freedom and freedom of speech (Eastman & Boyles, 2015). As Curnalia & Mermer (2018) point out, “tenure makes it safe for faculty to … Curnalia & Mermer (2018) point out, “tenure makes it safe for faculty to try new pedagogies and explore new lines of research; formal academic freedom protects faculty who advocate on behalf of their students, their universities, and their communities,” (p. 129). Although critics of the tenure system … tenure system point out that the vast majority of university and college faculty do not enjoy the protections of tenure including its attendant academic freedoms and job security, tenure remains a critical component in protecting the integrity of higher education.
However, the means by which to protect … freedoms and job security, tenure……
Alleman, N.F. & Haviland, D. (2017). “I expect to be engaged as an equal”: collegiality expectations of full-time, non-tenure-track faculty members. High Educ (2017) 74: 527. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-016-0062-4
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… to be internationally acknowledged as the leading comprehensive public university in greater Los Angeles. The organization is committed to delivering innovative and pioneering academic programs. These programs prepare students to be innovative leaders in both their civic and professional lives in addition to serving the public good … (California State University Los Angeles, 2020).
The values of the university include the following:
1. Students First – Cal State LA places the academic achievement, career inclination, and welfare at the heart of everything that they do.
2. Pushing Boundaries – Cal State LA sets motivated and … nurtures and magnifies the students' exceptional talents, different life experiences, and intelligence through engaged education, learning, studentship, research, and lively student life
7. Academic Distinction - Cal State LA nurtures and promotes academic distinction via innovation, academic exactitude and the search for lifelong learning
8. Community of Scholars – Cal State LA nurtures……
California State University Los Angeles. (2020). Strategic Plan. Retrieved from: http://www.calstatela.edu/strategicplan
Chavez, M. (2019). Cal State LA has proposed a plan to cut enrollment for incoming freshmen beginning Fall 2020. University Times. Retrieved from: https://csulauniversitytimes.com/operation-impaction/
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Mitchell, B. C. (February 22, 2018). America\\\\\\\\\\\\'s colleges and universities have a serious revenue problem. Hechinger Report. Retrieved from: https://hechingerreport.org/opinion-americas-colleges-universities-serious-revenue-problem/
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Poverty or destitution is a severe problem that has a considerable effect on the ability of children to learn and to progress academically in school. To this perspective, income poverty, parental inputs, and family background, all have a considerable impact on the cognitive development of young … gathered in the study from the two parents and the families they represent and subsequently analyzed to find out the role played by academic economic capital (specific experiences and resources which require finances and usually result in academic success) in how their children were progressing in school. The researchers gathered the data by interviewing the parents. The results of the analysis … revealed that the community the parents came from, the schools to which they sent their children, and their homes did not have sufficient academic capital, and this hurt how the children were progressing in school. Nevertheless, the results of the……
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