Academic Integrity Week
From Oct. 18 – 22, 2021, students, staff and faculty are invited to learn how they can uphold academic integrity in their work, among their peers, and in the campus community.
Throughout your university experience, you'll likely encounter instances where your academic integrity is tested, whether it's during group work, online classes, final exams, completing research or more. It's important to be knowledgeable of what constitutes academic integrity so you can have a rewarding learning experience, uphold ethical learning practices and avoid academic misconduct situations.
As a campus community, we all play a part in upholding academic integrity. That's why during Academic Integrity Week, groups from across UCalgary are hosting events and sharing resources to keep students, professors, TAs and staff informed and aware.
Test your knowledge and win!
How much do you know about academic integrity? From Oct. 18 – 22, take our quiz to find out.
In addition to learning how you can demonstrate academic integrity in your studies, you can enter to win fabulous prizes from the Student Success Centre and the Students' Union!
- The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning has support for professors and TAs with questions about academic integrity in their lectures
- Highlight and encourage academic integrity with your students by integrating a tailored presentation into your course. Instructors can email email@example.com to request a workshop.