Save the Dates for the ICAI 2022 Annual Conference!
Join us in celebrating 30 years of advancing academic integrity

Based on member feedback and with an emphasis on member safety, ICAI made the difficult decision to deliver the 2022 Annual Conference virtually instead of as an in-person event in Chicago. We look forward to seeing you virtually on March 8-10 as ICAI celebrates 30 years of advancing academic integrity. The conference will run from noon to 4 p.m. EST each day. Watch your email and this page for additional conference and registration details.


ICAI issues call for conference presentations; sets November 11 deadline for submission

The Center for Academic Integrity is seeking presenters for its 2022 Annual Conference, which will be delivered virtually. 

Conference proposals are welcomed on any topic related to academic integrity, under the following theme areas:

  • Technology (i.e., e-proctoring experiences, text-matching and authorship software, challenges with translation software, learning management software, classroom technology solutions, etc.)
  • Current Research (i.e., published work, ongoing research, manuscript presentations, assessment projects, sharing research findings, discussing current research trends and areas for further research, theoretical frameworks in academic integrity)
  • Policy Issues (i.e., adjudication issues, how to create a robust academic integrity policy, renewing your academic integrity policy, etc.)
  • Student, Institutional, Practitioner experiences (i.e., academic integrity programming, student involvement, student-led academic integrity initiatives, innovative ways instructors have engaged students with academic integrity, results to implemented policies, campus collaborations, etc.)

Presentations will be 45 minutes (with approximately 30-35 minutes for the presentation and 10-15 minutes for questions), and focus on research and practice topics within the theme categories listed above. Presentations may be led by one or more presenters.

Workshops will be 45 minutes. A workshop differs from a presentation in that it is primarily dedicated to active learning and collaboration between audience members and the presenters. Workshops may be presented by one or more presenters.

Note: if you submit multiple program proposals; you will only be allowed to be the lead on one program. The Conference Program Committee will communicate with you if they accept multiple programs in which you are the lead author so you can determine which one to accept.

Please take a moment to review the conference program submission guidelines prior to submitting your proposal here. The deadline to submit your conference program submission is Nov. 11, 2021.


Volunteers needed to review conference submissions

Do you want to support the Conference Committee? The committee is seeking volunteers to serve as program proposal reviewers. Program proposals will be distributed to reviewers between Nov.  11 and 20 Reviewers will have 3 to 4 weeks to submit their scores. Please consider volunteering to review program proposals and helping shape the conference program. Sign up to be a conference program reviewer today.