Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity


Integrity Matters: Welcome to the new ICAI Blog
Tricia Bertram Gallant | August 9, 2018

Thank you for visiting the brand new International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) blog – Integrity Matters! I’m excited you’re here because I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about this – and by “this”, I don’t mean just this blog, I mean the chal …

Topics: Blog, integrity
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Developing Students as Academic Integrity Researchers
Thomas Lancaster | May 2, 2021

At the International Center for Academic Integrity Conference 2021, I delivered a presentation entitled “Developing an Academic Integrity Research Module for Undergraduate Students”. This detailed my experiences developing and delivering a new academic …

The ICAI Blog as You Know It
Courtney Cullen | April 26, 2021

Happy Finals season to all of our readers far and wide! We hope that you have enjoyed reading the Integrity Matters Blog over the last academic year. Today, I want to share with you the process for curating and developing the blog posts you read each w …

Topics: Blog
Messaging at the End of the Semester: One University’s Approach
Joseph F. Brown | April 19, 2021

Like many institutions around the U.S. and Canada, my university has seen an unprecedented rise in the number of academic dishonesty incidents involving social messaging apps (GroupMe and WhatsApp) this year. Fortunately, our institutional leadership t …

New Open-Access Writing Textbook Highlights Academic Integrity as a Central Concept
Dawn Atkinson | April 12, 2021

Mindful Technical Writing: An Introduction to the Fundamentals is an open textbook we co-authored specifically to support student success in co-requisite pairings of developmental writing and introduction to technical writing; however, the text’s modul …

Topics: Blog, Spotlight
Five Things Your University Testing Director Wants You to Know about Proctoring and Academic Integrity
Paula Rodriguez | April 5, 2021

If we have attended school at some level, we all have taken exams.  Most of my experience with testing had me focusing on the content and the outcome and not the environment.  So what is all of this “hype” about proctoring and academic integrity anyway …

Police Academy: The Not So Funny Sequel
Joseph F. Brown | March 29, 2021

Last year, amid the pandemic, reports emerged that some thirty candidates in the Georgia State Trooper academy were accused of cheating on an online exam. It resonated across the nation because it mirrored the behavior many saw taking place at our univ …

Topics: Blog, News
Academic Integrity and Mathematics: e = app
Josh Seeland | March 21, 2021

The area of math assessment is a rapidly evolving one, and the way educators think about academic integrity in this area needs to evolve with it. Apps which not only solve math problems, but show the steps taken towards the solution, are readily availa …

Topics: Blog, Webinar
On Becoming an Academic Integrity Activist: Reflections on the Impact of COVID-19 on Scholarly Identity
Sarah Elaine Eaton | March 14, 2021

During the COVID-19 pandemic I have evolved from being an academic integrity advocate to being an academic integrity activist. I have learned that being an activist does not require being an antagonist. Some activism is big, bold, and public and other …

Topics: Blog, Spotlight
New Research: Developing and evaluating nationwide expert-delivered academic integrity workshops for higher education sector in Australia.
Christine Slade | March 7, 2021

Curtis, G.J., Slade, C., Bretag, T., & McNeill, M. (2021) Developing and evaluating nationwide expert-delivered academic integrity workshops for higher education sector in Australia. Higher Education Research and Development, DOI: 10.1080/07294360. …

Topics: Blog, Research
Forming Connections: Sharing Experiences. Reflections from the ICAI Book Club
Lee-Ann Penaluna | February 28, 2021

With barely enough time to keep up with the readings for my doctoral program I did initially wonder why I had agreed to take on additional academic reading in my ‘spare time.’ But at a time where our work lives and personal situations may be lacking in …

Topics: Spotlight

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