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  1. COVID-19 and its associated restrictions called for innovations in higher education teaching and learning space with many universities resorting to online teaching and alternative assessments. However, little ...

    Authors: Esther Abena Adama, Amanda Graf, Kwadwo Adusei-Asante and Ebenezer Afrifa-Yamoah
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2023 19:8
  2. Assignment outsourcing is an intractable challenge for higher education. While various academic and legislative approaches have sought to explain/respond to this problem, recent media, community, and governmen...

    Authors: Rebecca Awdry and Andrew Groves
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2023 19:7
  3. Research has indicated the importance of internal motivation as a factor in reducing academic misconduct in higher education and some commentators have also cited prosocial values as buffers against the tempta...

    Authors: Jonathan Kasler, Adi Sharabi-Nov, Eric S. Shinwell and Meirav Hen
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2023 19:6
  4. Academic integrity is a vital pedagogical responsibility that educational institutions should explicitly address. One of the best ways to uphold academic integrity is to create a culture of academic integrity ...

    Authors: Özgür Çelik and Salim Razı
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2023 19:4
  5. Institutions of higher learning are persistently struggling with issues of academic dishonesty such as plagiarism, despite the availability of university policies and guidelines for upholding academic integrity.

    Authors: Jean Mukasa, Linda Stokes and Doreen Macherera Mukona
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2023 19:3
  6. The emergence of predatory journals is a global threat for scientific integrity, particularly in under-resourced settings such as low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). A bilingual course on predatory publi...

    Authors: Khalid El Bairi, Maryam Fourtassi, Rachid El Fatimy and Nadia El Kadmiri
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2023 19:1
  7. This study investigates how hope moderates the relationship between students’ sense of belonging and their academic misconduct intentions and behaviours. A sample of 234 university students (57% female) aged b...

    Authors: Tanya Coetzee, Katie Pryce-Jones, Leigh Grant and Richard Tindle
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:28
  8. COVID19 forced most education institutions to move their education provisions to digital platforms almost overnight to ensure continued learning for students. Variable factors relating to educational technolog...

    Authors: Zeenath Reza Khan, Joice Priya and Christopher Tuffnell
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:27
  9. In aiming to frame plagiarism as an academic literacy issue, this paper focuses on the strategies used by firsts years Portuguese university students, when writing from sources, along with the relationship bet...

    Authors: Isabel Festas, Ana Seixas and Armanda Matos
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:25
  10. This study discusses the mediating role of statistics anxiety and motivation in the relationship comprising academic dishonesty, personality traits, and previous academic achievements in three different learni...

    Authors: Yovav Eshet, Pnina Steinberger and Keren Grinautsky
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:23
  11. Socializing students to Academic Integrity (AI) in the face of great cultural, linguistic and socioeconomic diversity in the student population in higher education calls for innovative strategies that are alig...

    Authors: Elaine Khoo and Sohee Kang
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:24
  12. Maintaining academic integrity is a growing concern for higher education, increasingly so due to the pivot to remote learning in 2020 caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We canvassed students, faculty, and tutors...

    Authors: Cheryl A. Kier and Cindy Ives
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:22
  13. When considering a paradigm shift in higher education, it is imperative to focus on removing obstacles against maintaining integrity in academia. One such obstacle is contract cheating sites that have mushroom...

    Authors: Zeenath Reza Khan
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:21
  14. This article was motivated by the need to academically frame and share the response of the North-West University (NWU) to the perceived increase of academic dishonesty during Covid-19. Within the ambit of the ...

    Authors: Anné Hendrik Verhoef, Mariette Fourie, Zander Janse van Rensburg, Henk Louw and Mianda Erasmus
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:18
  15. Plagiarism and other transgressions of the norms of academic integrity appear to be a persistent problem among upper secondary students. Numerous surveys have revealed high levels of infringement of what appea...

    Authors: Mikkel Willum Johansen, Mads Paludan Goddiksen, Mateja Centa, Christine Clavien, Eugenijus Gefenas, Roman Globokar, Linda Hogan, Marcus Tang Merit, Søren Saxmose Nielsen, I. Anna S. Olsson, Margarita Poškutė, Una Quinn, Júlio Borlido Santos, Rita Santos, Céline Schöpfer, Vojko Strahovnik…
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:20
  16. Globally, academic integrity and misconduct is a continuing conundrum for education institutions. Whilst the online (internet based and remote) delivery of education is not new, the onset of Covid-19 with acco...

    Authors: Amanda Davies and Rami Al sharefeen
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:17
  17. In an era where conditions for education are rapidly changing globally, online assessment presents several opportunities as well as challenges in the higher education landscape. The forceful transition from fa...

    Authors: Samar Yakoob Almossa and Sahar Matar Alzahrani
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:19
  18. Work-integrated learning (WIL) is an educational approach that aims to support students’ integration of theory to practice. These rich learning opportunities provide students with real-world experiences and in...

    Authors: Jennie Miron, Rosemary Wilson, John Freeman and Kim Sears
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:16
  19. This article reviews the literature surrounding the growing use of Automated Paraphrasing Tools (APTs) as a threat to educational integrity. In academia there is a technological arms-race occurring between the...

    Authors: Jasper Roe and Mike Perkins
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:15
  20. This research aimed to analyse inclusive practice in academic integrity in the teaching, support, policies and procedures involved at one UK HE institution. Data was collected through two sets of stakeholder i...

    Authors: Mary Davis
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:14
  21. The study examines one type of breaches of integrity, namely using one’s authority in public office for personal gain (Hallak J & Poisson M. Corrupt schools, corrupt universities: what can be done? 2007), in t...

    Authors: Joseph Tufuor Kwarteng
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:13
  22. Academic misconduct in all its various forms is a challenge for degree-granting institutions. Whilst text-based plagiarism can be detected using tools such as Turnitin™, Plagscan™ and Urkund™ (amongst others),...

    Authors: Clare Johnson, Ross Davies and Mike Reddy
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:12
  23. To build a culture of integrity in a HE institution, innovative approaches are needed to enhance education of research ethics and integrity (REI). In addition to educating students, understanding...

    Authors: Anu Tammeleht, Erika Löfström and ja María Jesús Rodríguez-Triana
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:11
  24. Academic integrity is the expectation that members of the academic community, including researchers, teachers, and students, to act with accuracy, honesty, fairness, responsibility, and respect. Academic integ...

    Authors: Ashraf Farahat
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:9
  25. Examinations form part of the assessment processes that constitute the basis for benchmarking individual educational progress, and must consequently fulfill credibility, reliability, and transparency standards...

    Authors: Ahmed M. Elkhatat
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:8
  26. This study aims to remove some of the ambiguities of visual plagiarism in interior design (those related to the visual composition of space represented by line, form, shape, texture, time, colour, light, etc.)...

    Authors: Donia M. Bettaieb, Abeer A. Alawad and Raif B. Malek
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:7
  27. Stimulating responsible conduct of research is considered important within universities and research organizations. In this contribution, we investigated if there are gender differences regarding three aspects...

    Authors: Hanneke Mol and Mariëtte van den Hoven
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:6
  28. Enabling education programs, otherwise known as Foundation Studies or Preparatory programs, provide pathways for students typically under-represented in higher education. Students in Enabling programs often fa...

    Authors: Anthea Fudge, Tamra Ulpen, Snjezana Bilic, Michelle Picard and Carol Carter
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:5
  29. Academic Integrity Literacy (AIL) is a critical transdisciplinary skill for academic success but many students do not receive this skill in their K-12 years regardless of their schooling system or characterist...

    Authors: Zakir Hossain
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:4
  30. Despite increasing scholarly interest in tertiary student perceptions of plagiarism, very little is known about those held by postgraduate (PG) students, although differences between undergraduate (UG) and PG ...

    Authors: Minh Ngoc Tran, Linda Hogg and Stephen Marshall
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:3
  31. Research has found that academic dishonesty (AD) is common among college and university undergraduate students worldwide (International Center for Academic Integrity, 2021). Two variables found to have a signi...

    Authors: Donald DiPaulo
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2022 18:2
  32. Headteachers in the community schools are responsible for academic and administrative activities. They are considered role models for integrity practices. However, the situation is different on some occasions....

    Authors: Bhanu Bhakta Khadka and Prakash C Bhattarai
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:27
  33. This study examined the perceived effects of examination special centres on teaching and learning of English language and the quality of education in Nsukka Local Government Area, Enugu State, Nigeria. The stu...

    Authors: Ngozi Ugonma Emelogu, Chidinma Kalu Nwafor, Godswill Uchechukwu Chigbu and Esther Ngozi Oluikpe
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:26
  34. The challenges of higher education can be stressful, anxiety-producing, and sometimes depressing for students. Such negative emotions may influence students’ attitudes toward assessment, such as whether it is ...

    Authors: Isabeau K. Tindall, Kit Wing Fu, Kell Tremayne and Guy J. Curtis
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:25
  35. There is a paucity of research into the prevalence of academic dishonesty within Canada compared to other countries. Recently, there has been a call for a better understanding of the particular characteristics...

    Authors: Oluwagbohunmi Awosoga, Christina M. Nord, Stephanie Varsanyi, Randall Barley and Jeff Meadows
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:24
  36. Academic integrity establishes a code of ethics that transfers over into the job force and is a critical characteristic in scientists in the twenty-first century. A student’s perception of cheating is influenc...

    Authors: Lisa L. Walsh, Deborah A. Lichti, Christina M. Zambrano-Varghese, Ashish D. Borgaonkar, Jaskirat S. Sodhi, Swapnil Moon, Emma R. Wester and Kristine L. Callis-Duehl
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:23
  37. This study investigated the knowledge of academic integrity and associated emotions of a small sample of international students studying at Canadian postsecondary institutions (n = 60) using survey methodology. D...

    Authors: Hafizat Sanni-Anibire, Brenda M. Stoesz, Loie Gervais and Lisa Vogt
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:21
  38. Much of the discourse surrounding plagiarism is one of fear—a fear of being caught and punished, but many plagiarism examples happen unintentionally as students struggle with a new language, new ideas, and new...

    Authors: Silvia Vaccino-Salvadore and Rachel Hall Buck
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:20
  39. In nursing, expectations of honesty and integrity are clearly stipulated throughout professional standards and codes of conduct, thus the concept of academic integrity has even more impetus in preparing studen...

    Authors: Joan Lynch, Yenna Salamonson, Paul Glew and Lucie M. Ramjan
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:19
  40. The COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) pandemic in 2020 has had a lasting impact on all areas of personal life. However, the political, economic, legal and healthcare system, as well as the education system h...

    Authors: Saskia Egarter, Anna Mutschler and Konstantin Brass
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:18
  41. Covid-19 pandemic had an impact on many day-to-day activities but one of the biggest collateral impacts was felt by the education sector. The nature and the complexity of higher education is such that no matte...

    Authors: Zeenath Reza Khan, Shivadas Sivasubramaniam, Pranit Anand and Ajrina Hysaj
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:17
  42. This paper presents a cross-sectional study that demonstrates how King Abdulaziz University has responded to the lockdown imposed by the Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The ...

    Authors: Zilal Meccawy, Maram Meccawy and Aisha Alsobhi
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2021 17:16

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