Integrity Matters

An ICAI Blog

providing the latest insights about academic integrity


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 …

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2020 Conference Preview: “A Walk in Their Shoes: An Academic Adventure of Choice and Chance”
Drew Smith | February 17, 2020

She opened the door and you could see the fear on her face, and the shame in her eyes. She nervously sat down in front of the seven of us, afraid to look up, her hands trembling, and we began. “Thanks for meeting with us. We are the Academic Conduct Co …

2020 Conference Preview: “Shift Happens: Engaging college-wide participation in Academic Integrity programming”
Amy Lin | February 10, 2020

Before working in post-secondary education, I taught high school mathematics.  The most impactful change in the culture of that math classroom was the elimination of grades.  With the support of my principal, going gradeless in my classes and focusing …

Conference Preview: “Developing Academic Misconduct Procedures”
MATTHEW WYNEKEN | February 3, 2020

This blog post was co-written with Dr. Mary Jo Finney, Professor of Reading and Chair of the Department of Education at the University of Michigan-Flint.  Previously, Dr. Finney served as Dean of the School of Education and Human Services and Director …

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