Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity

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Instructors and Academic IntegrityInstructors and Academic Integrity

Instructors all agree that academic integrity is a foundational concept in research and learning in the university community. Academic integrity supports all research activities, is critical in the development of courses, assignments, and tests, and confers validity on all we do within the university.

It is therefore critical that instructors build discussion of integrity into their courses, model it in their classroom practices, and integrate integrity into the design of course work. There are some general resources suggested on this site, and discussions with colleagues about the key integrity practices connected with your discipline are most highly recommended.

Finally, promoting academic integrity is not the work of the lone individual. If you have questions, please reach out to your Faculty or School for guidance on larger policy and process issues related to academic integrity.