Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity


Reflections on Academic Integrity and Academic Development during COVID-19 at The University of Queensland, Australia
Christine Slade | November 23, 2020

The University of Queensland is a large metropolitan research-intensive institution, which predominantly uses face-to-face or blended curriculum delivery. Academic integrity is a high priority, focused on ensuring robust policies, education for student …

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Writing Support for Higher Ed STEM Students- A Tutor’s Perspective
Seabelo John | July 21, 2020

Academic integrity continues to be a problem across all disciplines that require intensive writing and extensive student projects. From my experience tutoring two students in the STEM field, I have witnessed their struggle with academic integrity and o …

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The Importance of Research Integrity in a Global Pandemic
David Ison | June 16, 2020

The Importance of Research Integrity in a Global Pandemic David Ison PhD Professor  Graduate School Northcentral University While much of the attention of ICAI and its many members focuses on academic integrity from the student side, we have to remembe …

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Plagiarism and Cheating in Response to the Pandemic
Lee Ann Clements | June 9, 2020

Plagiarism and Cheating in Response to the Pandemic Lee Ann Clements, PhD Director of Academic Integrity, Professor of Biology & Marine Science, Jacksonville University The move to remote learning in the wake of the pandemic has produced some unusu …

Being an Integrity Advisor

Being an integrity advisor Being an academic integrity advisor has been one of the most rewarding and challenging tasks I have ever practiced as a professional in recent years. Students who come to me are those that are involved in a reported incident …

Restorative practices for academic integrity
Paul Sopcak | April 27, 2020

When training to become a restorative conference facilitator, an early exercise involves brainstorming and then ranking the reasons that “most people do the right thing most of the time.” In the two years that I have given this training, invariably, “f …

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