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Academic Integrity

As an educator, promoting academic integrity and reducing the potential for academic dishonesty begins with:

  • Establishing a culture of honesty and building connections with learners.
  • Developing an academic integrity vocabulary in your class.
  • Being clear about what is and what is not allowed to reduce uncertainty, scaffold assignments and have assignments that show their work and are relevant to students.
  • Responding and addressing academic dishonesty where it does occur.
  • Linking values to professional ethics and professional codes.

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This book is open access, which means that you have free and unlimited access

    • Includes cutting-edge scholarship on controversial and emerging topics such as contract cheating and visual plagiarism
    • Offers perspectives about academic integrity and Indigenous epistemologies written by leading Indigenous academics
    • Presents new understandings of academic integrity resulting from Covid-19 and what this means for teaching and learning
  • Encouraging Academic Integrity Through a Preventative Framework

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