Other ICAI and Affiliate Events

Fourth National Conference on Academic Integrity
"Transcend with Integrity"

Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM) and its Center of Academic Integrity invite you to attend the 2016 Conference on Academic Integrity, to be held in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico at the University. At the conference, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with academic professionals on academic integrity, hear from a variety of speakers, and more!


The focus of the conference is to share challenges and experiences that acknowledge, experience and promote the values of academic integrity among teachers, students and staff of educational institutions. The sharing of these challenges and experiences aim to serve as support in building and strengthening a culture of integrity. The event features tools to promote and foster academic integrity, networking, and interactive discussions. Further details are available at the link below and in the Registration Information block below. Please make plans to join UDEM October 20th & 21st, 2016!



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4th National Conference Registration Information

When: October 20 - 21, 2016

Where: San Pedro Garza García, Mexico

Host: Universidad de Monterrey

 

Regular Attendee*: 1500 Pesos (about 80 USD)

Student Attendee*: 800 Pesos (about 43 USD)
IVA Included in Attendee Rates


*If two or more people from the same institution wish to attend the Conference, discounts are made to the group as follows:
2 people: 10% discount
3 people: 15% discount
4 or more people: 20% discount

 

 

Hotel information can be found here.

 

 

 

 


International Day of Action against Contract Cheating

Join us for the International Day of Action against Contract Cheating, taking place on October 19th, 2016--Global Ethics Day! Your institution can participate in this day by speaking up and out against contract cheating. This includes: posting Whiteboard Declarations (example here), downloading the Institutional Toolkit against Contract Cheating (available the 19th), and hosting awareness events on campus. More information can be accessed here or at the link below


Contract cheating occurs when one person completes academic work (e.g., assignment, exam, paper, test, quiz, exam) for another who then submits it for academic credit. This behavior undermines the quality and integrity of the degree, and it undermines the entire educational system. Register your institution at the link below to participate!

 

Click Here to Participate!