Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity


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
ICAI Annual Conference Concludes
Kevin Robinson | March 27, 2020

ICAI Wraps Up 28th Annual Conference in Portland, Ore., Looks to Chicago for 2021 PORTLAND, Ore. — Instructors, administrators, researchers, and students with an interest in promoting higher standards of academic integrity at universities and colleges …

Topics: News
ICAI Conference Update
Academic Integrity | March 2, 2020

      With less than one week until we plan to convene in Portland, we are following the latest news regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). At this time, we plan to hold the conference as scheduled, but we will continue to monitor the situati …

Call for Proposals-Journal of College & Character Special Issue: 30 Years of Academic Integrity Research
Academic Integrity | March 2, 2020

Call for Proposals-Journal of College & Character Special Issue: 30 Years of Academic Integrity Research   Proposal Submission Deadline: May 15, 2020 Article Submission Deadline: January 4th, 2021 Guest Editors: Tricia Bertram Gallant and Davi …

Topics: News
In the News: In Case You Missed It
Tricia Bertram Gallant | February 24, 2020

This “in case you missed it” blog post highlights 3 news/media items that raised my blood pressure in the last couple of months. Inside Higher Education – Course Hero Woos Professors (Doug Lederman) Have you noticed a change in narrative around sites l …

Topics: Blog, News
“High-tech spy glasses could catch UAE’s exam cheats in the act” – – rhetoric gone wrong?
Zeenath Khan | January 27, 2020

A recent research study published and then highlighted by local media in the UAE brings about a series of concerns for research, teaching and learning. I often begin my cyber ethics course with a famous yet simple scenario: imagine a three-lane, brand …

Topics: Blog, News

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