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  • Academic integrity guidelines

    The Network has produced these Guidelines to support the sector to collectively define and understand academic integrity; what it means within a higher education institution; what challenges it raises; and to implement a robust approach to preventing...

    Dublin, Quality and Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

  • Code d’intégrité scientifique

    Depuis que les « Principes de base et procédures concernant l’intégrité dans la recherche scientifique » ont été publiés par les Académies suisses des sciences en 2008, le champ scientifique a connu des changements considérables. Un groupe d’experts...

    • Aebi-Müller Regina E. et col.

    Berne, Académies suisses des sciences, 2021

  • Academic integrity: national principles and lexicon of common terms

    The purpose of these Principles and Lexicon is to provide support for institutions in developing their approach to academic integrity, and to enable the use of a common terminology when talking or writing about academic integrity in the context of...

    Quality & Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

  • Academic integrity guidelines

    As part of the work of the NAIN, the Academic Integrity Guidelines have been developed and produced by a Working Group, following an extensive process of consultation with both the higher education institutions and a broad range of external...

    Quality & Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

  • Overview of corruption in academic research

    Corruption in academic research has consequences beyond the academic community. When it happens in medical research or in research upon which policy decisions will be based, it can have devastating effects for the whole community. However, even when...

    Camacho, Gabriela

    Bergen, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, 2021

  • Including students in building a culture of integrity

    Zeenath Reza Khan

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    Academic misconduct: ‘Students are buying degrees that they aren’t earning’

    Canada

    Press

    Cassidy McMackon - The Queen's Journal

    Following an increase in breaches of academic integrity during the remote fall term, two teaching assistants (TAs) are asking Queen’s University to take action against academic misconduct. In grading final assignments using Turnitin, they found that four of her five plagiarism cases had copy rates of 50 and 60 per cent. When reporting the cases of plagiarism, the administration claimed the process was ‘’intense’ while the professor of the course suggested marking the assignment with a 20 per cent grade deduction because they “didn’t want to make this misconduct a big deal.”

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