Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity


Things to look out for in 2020: Book Club, Virtual Conference, Webinars, and More
Courtney Cullen | January 11, 2021

Happy New Year and welcome back to the first 2021 semester! 2020 was a hard year, and many institutions had to adapt and respond to altered classrooms and additional integrity concerns. 2021 brings hope for the return to in-person learning and more exp …

Topics: Blog, News, Spotlight
University System of Maryland Becomes First System-wide Member of International Center for Academic Integrity
Kevin Robinson | October 5, 2020

For Immediate Release5 October 2020 ICAI Media Contact: Kevin Robinsoninfo@academicintegrity.org University System of Maryland Contact: Mike LuriePhone: 301.445.2719 | Email: mlurie@usmd.edu BALTIMORE, Md. — Following an agreement between the Universit …

Topics: News
The Viability of Contract Cheating during the COVID Crisis
Courtney Cullen | September 2, 2020

Thomas Lancaster’s new article, “Commercial contract cheating provision through micro-outsourcing websites,” was published on August 26 by the International Journal for Educational Integrity. This article reviews micro-outsourcing and it’s methodology …

Topics: Blog, News, Research
In the News
Courtney Cullen | August 11, 2020

Keeping academic integrity topics in your newsfeed may be difficult. If you have 10 minutes, here are a few articles you may find interesting: Contract cheating is in the spotlight after a well attended webinar training by Dr. Robin Crockett of the Uni …

Topics: Blog, News
Help or Hindrance: The Tense Relationship Between Colleges and Third Party Tutoring Services
Courtney Cullen | August 4, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting transition to online classes, exam integrity and course design has become a hotly debated topic. Many platforms offer training, webinars, and articles to assist faculty, but what has not become eas …

The New(s) Normal
Courtney Cullen | March 30, 2020

As we transition to online or remote learning, many practitioners and faculty are worried about an increase in academic dishonesty. This concern is valid, especially considering the articles regarding a surge in cheating across the globe. One such inst …

Topics: Blog, News, integrity

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