The Academic Integrity Reader is a collection and bibliography of the scholarly pieces considered to be the most influential in the field of academic integrity published since 1992 (the formation of ICAI). The purpose of the Reader is to serve as a resource for academic integrity scholars and practitioners interested in grounding the research and practice in the field.

The first edition of the Reader was published in 2012 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of ICAI.

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The second edition of the Reader will be published in March 2022 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of ICAI. This Reader will list and summarize the most influential scholarly pieces published on academic integrity between 2010-2020. Influential pieces will be selected based on nominations, Google citations, and reviews and evaluations by a team of reviewers. The Reader Editorial Board will make final judgment calls.

Editorial Board

The Editorial Board for the 2nd Edition of the ICAI Academic Integrity Reader is:

Tricia Bertram Gallant, Ph.D. is the author of many journal articles and book chapters and also author of Academic Integrity in the Twenty-First Century: A Teaching and Learning Imperative (Jossey-Bass, 2008), co-author of Cheating in School: What We Know and What We Can Do (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), editor of Creating the Ethical Academy: A Systems Approach to Understanding Misconduct & Empowering Change in Higher Education (Routledge, 2011), and section editor for the Handbook of Academic Integrity (Springer, 2016). She is the Director of the UC San Diego Academic Integrity Office and a Board Member for the International Center for Academic Integrity, and has been an ethics lecturer with the Rady School of Management.

Ceceilia Parnther, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Administrative and Instructional Leadership at St. John’s University. Her research interests include academic integrity education and college student success initiatives. Before joining the faculty, Ceceilia worked in student and academic affairs in various capacities including academic integrity, advisement, and student conduct. Among others, her most recent research is found in Innovative Higher Education, New Directions for Community Colleges, and The Journal of College Student Retention.

Brenda Quaye, Ph.D., is the Assistant Director for Academic Integrity at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She holds a BA in English from North Dakota State University, an MA in English from Ball State University, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the Pennsylvania State University. Her research focused on how students understand and make decisions about academic dishonesty and how the classroom context affects student decisions.

Courtney Cullen is the Program Coordinator in the Office of Academic Honesty. Courtney received both master’s and bachelor’s degrees in International Affairs from UGA. 

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