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Academic Integrity for Students

References

Below is the list of references for sources used to create the Facilitating Academic Dishonesty section of this guide.

 

References

Akimov, A., & Malin, M. (2020). When old becomes new: a case study of oral examination as an online assessment tool. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(8), p. 1205-1221.

Assiniboine Community College. (2013). Policy A25. https://assiniboine.net/sites/default/files/documents/2019-08/a25.pdf

Bertram Gallant, T. (2008). Academic integrity in the 21st century: a teaching and learning imperative. Jossey-Bass.

Bertram Gallant, T. (2017). Academic integrity as a teaching & learning issue: from theory to practice. Theory Into Practice, 56(2), 88-94.

Bertram Gallant, T. (2018). Course design, assessment & integrity: strange bedfellows? https://academicintegrity.org/blog/course-design-assessment-integrity-strange-bedfellows/

Conference Board of Canada. (2020). Employability skills. https://www.conferenceboard.ca/edu/employability-skills.aspx

Deale, C.S., Lee, S.H., Bae, J, & White, B. (2020). An exploratory study of educators' and students' perceptions of collaboration versus cheating in hospitality and tourism education. Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism, 20(2), 89-104.

Sutton, A., & Taylor, D. (2011). Confusion about collusion: working together and academic integrity. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 36(7), 831-841.

Velliaris, D.M., & Pierce, J.M. (2019). Cheaters beware: (re)designing assessment practices to reduce academic misconduct. In Prevention and Detection of Academic Misconduct in Higher Education, 1-38.