A Guide to Increasing Academic Integrity Through Your Course Design

Our free educator's guide offers 6 simple steps to building a learning environment that promotes academic integrity and prevents student misconduct.

Macmillan Learning · Jul, 2023

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According to research conducted by the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) in 2020, “more than 60 percent of university students freely admitted to cheating in some form.”

Whether cheating on an exam, paying someone to complete an assignment for them, working together on an assignment designed for independent completion, or using the internet to plagiarise entire papers, academic dishonesty can take on countless forms.

We know that will never eliminate academic dishonesty completely. However, while you may not be able to prevent every instance of cheating or plagiarism, it’s important to uphold the standards set by your school and to teach students about academic honesty by making it an intrinsic part of your course design.

Download our free guide now to help improve academic integrity in your course.