Below are some useful resources:
- Seneca College Academic Integrity Policy
- International Centre for Academic Integrity (ICAI) (ICAI offers assessment services, resources, and consultation)
- Academic Integrity Council of Ontario (AICO) (This is a forum where information is shared between post-secondary institutions)
- Ryerson University Academic Integrity
- University of Waterloo Academic Integrity
- Brock University Academic integrity (2017)
- Queen’s University Academic Integrity (2017)
Below are some useful book references:
- Bertram Gallant, T. (2008). Academic Integrity in the 21st Century: A Teaching and Learning Imperative: ASHE Higher Education Report, Volume 33, Number 5. San Francisco, CA. Wiley-JosseyBass.
- Dey, E., Antonaros, M., Ott, M., Barnhardt, C., & Holsapple, M. (2010). Washington, D.C.. American Association of Colleges and Universities.
- International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI).
- Lang, J. M. (2013). Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonest. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvand University Press.
- Twomey, T., White, H., & Sagendorf, K. (Eds.). (2009). Pedagogy, not Policing: Positive approaches to Academic Integrity at the University. Syracuse, N.Y., The Graduate School Press, Syracuse University.
Academic Integrity Policy Module
Academic Integrity and International Students
International students may have cultural factors affecting their knowledge of academic integrity. This video describes academic integrity from the perspectives of international students from different countries. A better understanding of student expectations and prior experiences can help faculty bridge the cultural gap and support their learning.
Integrity Matters: Academic Integrity App
Through interactive scenarios and examples, the Integrity Matters app can help students make the right choice when they are unsure of what the right choice may be.
The app can be downloaded on Android and iPhones, as well as other compatible mobile devices.