Visual: Video opens to the opening title with the video series title, Faculty Voices: Walden Talks Writing, then the title, “How does academic integrity relate to students' professional lives? with Dr. Kim Critchlow”
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Dr. Kim Critchlow, College of Management and Technology: Yes, of course, so academic integrity does relate and it is transferable back and forth between academia as well as in the professional world. So in academia, you might right based on form, so you've got the APA standards that students need to comply with as well as academic integrity standards and requirements. And in in the business profession, you have other requirements, which are also of ethical nature—integrity nature. So you might write, you know, memos or business plans or proposals of such in the business arena, but there still needs to be that level of integrity, of honesty and responsibility, in that which you're presenting. So just because one is in academia and one is in business, they're not mutually exclusive but rather they do still need to conform to a particular requirement and, and the foundation of that then is, is integrity.
Visual: The video ends with the closing title with the video series title, Faculty Voices: Walden Talks Writing and the Writing Center’s e-mail address: email@example.com.