Academic Integrity Resources

The following resources have been gathered to assist faculty in understanding the principles and values underlying academic integrity and what they can do to create a culture that supports it.

UCF Resources on Academic Integrity

Information Fluency at UCF - Initiative to provide UCF students with the skills necessary for appropriately processing and utilizing information available to them.

Some Comments About Academic Integrity - Comments from Nancy A. Stanlick (adapted from Daniel Hall) on the roles students and instructors play in supporting academic integrity in the classroom.

Outside Resources on Academic Integrity

The Center for Academic Integrity - An organization comprised of administrators, students, and faculty members from institutions across North America and beyond that is dedicated to advancing academic integrity. The organization holds annual conferences on the topic and its website offers resources for faculty interested in promoting academic integrity.

The Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity - Booklet by the Center for Academic Integrity outlining what they believe are the five primary values of academic integrity. The booklet also discusses strategies schools can follow to promote a culture of academic integrity.

Toward a Culture of Academic Integrity - Article by Donald L. McCabe and Patrick Drinan describing some of the problems that institutions need to focus on in order to successfully establish a culture of academic integrity.

Promoting Academic Integrity - Article by Geoffrey Mock of Duke University on how faculty, administrators, and students can encourage academic integrity on campus.

 

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