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Content & Resource Library

Academic Integrity Seminar strives to become one of the leading free online resources for policy and practices relevant to issues of academic integrity. We are continually adding new articles to our database. Please feel free to suggest new additions anytime!

AIS Resources

Model Code of Academic Integrity
by Gary Pavela

10 Principles of Academic Integrity for Faculty 
by Gary Pavela, Donald L. McCabe*, and DeForest McDuff

15 Principles for the Design of College Ethical Development Programs
by Gary Pavela

21 Questions for Ethical Dialogue Student Responses
by Gary Pavela

Questions College Faculty Members Should Ask When Designing And Teaching Their Courses
by Gary Pavela

Teaching Character in College: An Interview with Elizabeth Kiss, Director of the Kenan Ethics Program, Duke University
Interview by Gary Pavela

Academic Dishonesty: the Social Implications
by Gary Pavela

AIS Report – Fall 2011
Survey results from seminar participants

Advice from students to faculty members on protecting academic integrity
By Gary Pavela

AIS Brochure – 2013


* Don McCabe (1944-2016) and Gary Pavela co-authored all prior versions of the Ten Principles.

Seminar Readings

Sample Dialogue: A Case of Cheating
by Gary Pavela

Friendship, Fidelity, and Academic Integrity
by Gary Pavela

Ten Ethical Principles for College Journalists
by Gary Pavela

The University of Maryland Help Henry Exercise
At the University of Maryland Website

On Being a Happy, Healthy, and Ethical Member of an Unhappy, Unhealthy, and Unethical Profession
by Patrick J. Schiltz

The Death of Ivan Ilyich
by Leo Tolstoy

1999 Harvard University Commencement Speech
by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan

Lincoln’s Great Depression
Atlantic Monthly, October 2005

A Man For All Seasons
Available at most video rental locations and local libraries

Shattered Glass
Available at most video rental locations and local libraries

Google’s Code of Conduct
Google Website

Does the free market corrode moral character
Templeton Foundation

Additional Resources

A Letter to My Students
by Bill Taylor

Academic Integrity and Student Ethical Development
Selected excerpts

Report from the Templeton Fellows
Reprinted with permission.

What’s Wrong with Cheating?
by Michael Bishop