Featured Publications

Free Course: Pocket Guide to Academic Integrity (2020)
by the Integrity Seminars Team
Description: The IS Pocket Guide–suited for inclusion in class syllabi–consists of a creative short video; related instructional content; and two short quizzes to confirm student comprehension. A summary of instructional goals can be seen at this link. Our content also redirects students to campus-specific definitions of academic dishonesty at your institution.

The module is an excellent resource for faculty members at the start of a new semester or to assign as a “refresher course” or a “timely reminder” prior to major assignments or examinations.

What Frederick Douglass Can Teach Contemporary College Students
by Gary Pavela

AIS Newsletter 2018-Q3: A Contemporary Perspective On Truth-Seeking And
Honor Code Traditions

by Gary Pavela

Ten Principles for Members of Student Conduct Hearing Boards (Updated 2018)
by Gary Pavela
See also: Electronic version

Additional Resources

A Letter to My Students
by Bill Taylor

Academic Integrity and Student Ethical Development
Selected excerpts

What’s Wrong with Cheating?
by Michael Bishop.  Reprinted with permission.

Report from the Templeton Fellows
Reprinted with permission.

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