| University is a place of learning,
including learning how to conduct
yourself in an academic
environment and in your academic
activities. Academic Integrity
benefits you, your classmates,
your professors and the institution.
Learn more about keeping it
honest by avoiding cheating,
plagiarism and other forms of
| The University of Alberta is a
complex environment in which
students, faculty, staff and the
general public interact. An
academic community has to be
safe and respectful in order to live
up to its full potential in teaching,
learning and research. Learn more
about keeping it safe through
conduct expectations, programs
| From discussing Academic
Integrity in class to setting up
physical barriers to cheating, there
are a myriad of strategies to deter
academic misconduct. When you
do encounter it, the Code of
Student Behaviour outlines
required procedures to address it.
Learn more about preventing and
addressing academic misconduct!
Academic Integrity Symposium, October 17-18, 2014
The University of Alberta, MacEwan University, and the Students' Association of MacEwan University are working together to organize an academic integrity symposium. Entitled 'On the Same Page', the symposium will bring students, professors and administrators together to explore new and innovative ways to promote academic integrity in the academy. The keynote speaker will be James M. Lang, author of Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty.
More information and registration available at: www.academicintegrity.ca