2020 International ConferencePortland, Oregon March 6-8 (starting noon on March 6 and concluding around lunch on March 8) Register now (Early Bird Cost Until Nov. 22)
Come join other members of ICAI for in depth day long workshops. The workshops will be an additional $125 for the conference and will take place on March 5 (the day before the conference officially begins). Lunch and snacks will be provided during the workshop.
Policy and Procedure: Developing an Effective AI Policy with Robust Institutional Buy-In
Leaders: Christian Moriarty and Chris Lang
A good academic integrity policy is important, but how do you develop one that is effective, fully includes the rights and responsibilities of all stakeholders, and is accepted in your organization to the point that it is faithfully and enthusiastically employed? This intensive workshop will arm you with a step-by-step guide on how to gather stakeholders together to acknowledge the values of the institution you are in, how to determine current rules and regulations (to identify which you are beholden to and which you aren’t), establishing a writing committee that is a good cross-section of your community, what can to go in the procedure (and what needs to stay out!) with the pros and cons of each, and discussing implementation and marketing strategies. You’ll also learn about the various options in academic integrity policies such as honor codes, facilitator models, and restorative justice approaches. And all of the legalese will be translated and explained for better understanding and use for everyone on campus!
Teaching for Integrity: Academic Integrity as a Pedagogical Challenge
Leader: David Rettinger
If we all agree that cheating is bad, what’s good? “Not cheating” is an insufficient response. In this workshop, we begin from the premise that the opposite of cheating is authentic learning. In this workshop we will review some of the reasons that students cheat, focusing on those that instructors can influence. When students feel that they can’t do the work, that the stakes are too high to fail, or that there is no value in a particular class or assignment, they are at risk of misconduct. We’ll then work in teams to review and revise assignments and syllabus structures to create changes (both small and large) that can positively influence students toward authentic learning.
Target Audience: Instructional faculty, teaching center staff, anyone interested in pedagogy
What to bring: course syllabi, assignments, laptop/tablet
Academic Integrity through the Student Affairs Lens
Details to come
Call for programs
Consider being a speaker or workshop host at the upcoming Annual International Center for Academic Integrity Conference!
Proposals are welcomed on any topic related to academic integrity, particularly:
- Teaching with and for integrity
- The social or public value of higher education
- International perspectives on integrity in education
- Developing a culture of integrity in academia
Submission Deadline –
October 18, 2019
UPDATED DEADLINE – October 25, 2019
Acceptance Notification – November 8, 2019
You are encouraged to submit multiple program proposals; however, you will only be allowed to be lead presenter/author on one program. The program committee will communicate with you if they accept multiple programs in which you are lead author to determine which to accept.
Note, you must have a user ID on the proposal submission site to submit a proposal. To do this, complete the following steps:
1 – Click below button to take you to proposal submission site
2 – Click “Log In” on right hand tool bar
3 – Click “Not a user? Create an account with this site”
4 – Complete information to create a user ID. Be sure to select the role of “author” to submit a proposal.
5 – Log into the site with your newly created user ID.
6 – On the same line as “Author”, click “New Submission”
7 – The first page is to select the presentation style. Click “Save and Continue” to move to the page to enter the abstract for your program.