Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity

Contract Cheating in the News
Tricia Bertram Gallant | May 27, 2019

I’m starting to get worried. While we wait for educational and governmental leaders to do something about contract cheating, the industry is expanding and the providers are becoming less ashamed and more brazen. Our silence is equaling permission and t …

Topics: Blog, News
A Model for Supporting Consistent, Fair and Accurate Reporting of Academic Integrity Violations
Christine Gee | May 21, 2019

At the March 2019 ICAI Conference, the sessions were amazing. An important theme addressed in several sessions was the challenge in faculty consistently reporting academic authenticity violations. What can be done to obtain faculty buy-in to follow cam …

Topics: Blog, Spotlight
What You May Have Missed In the News
Tricia Bertram Gallant | May 14, 2019

As I set about to write this blog post, it occurred to me that we haven’t yet had any “news posts”. The “news posts” are intended to highlight a news item (or multiple connected news items) that may have an impact on education and/or integrity but perh …

Topics: Blog, News
“It Didn’t Seem Real”: The Quest to Undermine Online Cheating
Courtney Cullen | May 7, 2019

Recently, an instructor was anonymously sent screenshots of a GroupMe chat for the course. The GroupMe for the class was initially created by the students to help share ideas and work together to understand the course content. Students are encouraged t …

Topics: Blog, Spotlight

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