Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity


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 …

Spotlight: Texas Tech University Ethics Center Faculty, Student, and Staff Ethics Symposium
Lora Lopez | May 26, 2020

For the fourth year running, Texas Tech University’s Ethics Center has hosted a Faculty, Student and Staff Ethics Symposium. Every spring, the campus community is invited to submit current scholarship related to ethics either from within an academic fi …

Developing Procedure and Taking Hearings Online
Christian Moriarty | April 6, 2020

By now, it’s already cliché to say that higher education, and the world at large, is facing unprecedented conditions that are sending much of what we do on a day-to-day basis into upheaval.  Academic integrity is especially important to maintain, as ev …

Celebrate Integrity, Recognize Fear
Ceceilia Parnther | March 10, 2020

*****Another exciting conference for ICAI is in the books! #ICAI2020 proved to be full of innovation, education, and community as scholars and practitioners from around the world gathered together in Portland, Oregon US for the annual conference. Organ …

Happy New Year!
Tricia Bertram Gallant | December 30, 2019

The International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) extends a warm happy new year to all of our members and blog readers out there. The ICAI cultivates integrity cultures in academic communities throughout the world by providing services, resources …

On Building Houses and Promoting Integrity: Taking Action Against Contract Cheating
Ceceilia Parnther | October 15, 2019

(Adorable and creative, not at all like the picture I actually drew)       “Draw a picture of your house.” I remember hearing those words as a student. I paused before looking up and realizing that the instructor was indeed serious. I gi …

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