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Academic Integrity for Students

Academic Integrity in Math

Research on academic integrity is often focused on text-based disciplines, as are the related policies and procedures of most colleges and universities. This can cause confusion for both students and educators in regards to what would be considered academic misconduct in programs with math courses/components. The following sections, however, provide strategies for helping students in non-text based fields to learn with integrity and avoid academic misconduct.