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|"Academic Integrity is the courage to only submit academic work that is an honest, respectful, responsible, fair and trustworthy representation of your knowledge & abilities, even when tempted not to."
International Center for Academic Integrity
The International Center for Academic Integrity defines
academic integrity as a commitment, even in the face of adversity,
to six fundamental values:
honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage.
❏ Learn More: What's your Academic Integrity Quotient?
A quiz on academic integrity by Turnitin
❏ Learn More: Research Misconduct and Inappropriate Research Practices
in the Manual for Research and Publication Ethics in Science and Engineering
❏ Learn More: Breaches of Academic Integrity Using Collusion by Sue McGowan
from the Handbook of Academic Integrity edited by Tracey Bretag