Introduction

The discourse around academic integrity has become more prolific and robust, and the nature of, as well as what constitutes academic misconduct has expanded and continues to evolve as the landscape of education and technology changes. Current examples of misconduct behaviours include but are not limited to:

  • copying answers during an assessment,
  • claiming another person’s work as one’s own,
  • unauthorized collaboration,
  • having another person complete an assessment,
  • unauthorized use of online platforms to complete an assessment,
  • purchasing a completed assessment, and
  • falsifying results from experiments.

License

Encouraging Academic Integrity Through a Preventative Framework Copyright © by Ragad Anwar, Jessica Kalra, Maggie Ross, Daryl Smith, and Vicki Vogel  . All Rights Reserved.

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