[Theaterfacultystaff] Main stage response papers

Wagner, Maureen wagnerm at ohio.edu
Fri Feb 3 14:29:42 EST 2017

Dear All,
Please know that the student code of academic conduct<https://www.ohio.edu/communitystandards/academic/students.cfm> states:

Forms of Academic Misconduct
Academic misconduct is an A1 violation of the Ohio University Student Code of Conduct and is defined by the student code of conduct as dishonesty or deception in fulfilling academic requirements.  It includes, but is not limited to cheating, plagiarism, un-permitted collaboration, forged attendance (when attendance is required), fabrication (e.g., use of invented information or falsification of research or other findings), using advantages not approved by the instructor (e.g., unauthorized review of a copy of an exam ahead of time), knowingly permitting another student to plagiarize or cheat from one's work, or submitting the same assignment in different courses without consent of the instructor.
To assist you in understanding Academic Misconduct the following are examples:

1.  Cheating - Cheating is defined as any attempt by a student to answer questions on a test, quiz, or assignment by means other than his or her own knowledge.  Examples:
a.  Using the textbook or other materials, such as a notebook, not authorized for use during an examination.
b.  Using technology (i.e. cell phones, laptop computers, social media, text messages, etc.) to aid in the completion of work when not permitted to do so.
c.  Observing the work of another student or allowing another student to plagiarize, copy, or observe your work.
d.  Using unauthorized material during a test, notes, formula lists, notes written on clothing, etc.
d.  Taking a quiz, exam, or similar evaluation in the place of another person.
e.  Providing or requesting assistance from another person in a manner prohibited by the instructor.
f.  Using a laboratory, computer, or calculator improperly or without authorization.
g.  Changing material on a graded exam and then requesting a regarding of the exam.
h.  Acquiring unauthorized knowledge of an examination or any part of an examination.
i.  Submitting the same paper in two different courses without the knowledge and consent of instructors.
j.  Signing in persons other than yourself for class attendance


Maureen Wagner
Assistant Dean for Student Services
College of Fine Arts
Project Director Arts for Ohio
Jennings House

From: <theaterfacultystaff-bounces at listserv.ohio.edu> on behalf of "Biechler, Merri" <biechler at ohio.edu>
Date: Friday, February 3, 2017 at 2:01 PM
To: "theaterfacultystaff at listserv.ohio.edu" <theaterfacultystaff at listserv.ohio.edu>
Subject: [Theaterfacultystaff] Main stage response papers

I’m requiring the first-year undergrads in Elements of Performance to write a 2-page response paper for each of the two mainstage shows. I’m using Erik’s go to…Goethe’s three questions: What is the Artist Trying to Do? How Well Did the Artist Do It? Was it Worth Doing?

A student asked me that since at least one other faculty member is asking for a response paper, can he write one paper for everyone? My first response was, no. But I wanted to check with others to see if there’s a policy, underwritten or otherwise.


Merri Biechler
Assistant Director
School of Dance, Film, and Theater
Kantner Hall 307C and Putnam Hall 107
1 Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
biechler at ohio.edu<mailto:biechler at ohio.edu>

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