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  1. There is increasing attention given to academic integrity across university education and dental schools are not immune to this problem (Andrews et al. J Dent Educ 71; 1027–1039, 2007; Ford & Hughes Eur J Dent...

    Authors: Wendy Currie, Susie Dracopoulos and Graham Hendry
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2017 13:5
  2. Much of the current literature on plagiarism focuses on students, attempting to understand how students view the concept of plagiarism, the best ways to prevent it, and the impact of collaboration on the conce...

    Authors: Amy Hodges, Troy Bickham, Elizabeth Schmidt and Leslie Seawright
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2017 13:7
  3. Building on what is known about the non-random nature of crime problems and the explanatory capacity of opportunity theories of crime, this study explores the utility of using existing university administrativ...

    Authors: Joseph Clare, Sonia Walker and Julia Hobson
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2017 13:4
  4. A casual comment by a student alerted the authors to the existence and prevalence of Internet-based paraphrasing tools. A subsequent quick Google search highlighted the broad range and availability of online p...

    Authors: Ann M. Rogerson and Grace McCarthy
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2017 13:2
  5. Many strategies have been proposed to address the use of Essay Mills and other ‘contract cheating’ services by students. These services generally offer bespoke custom-written essays or other assignments to stu...

    Authors: Michael J. Draper, Victoria Ibezim and Philip M. Newton
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2017 13:3
  6. Universities are seldom lauded publicly for maintaining good processes and practices; instead, media stories commonly focus on shortcomings. Furthermore, universities, even when doing everything right, sometim...

    Authors: Brian Martin
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2017 13:1
  7. This article describes research-based role-play on academic integrity. In the role-play, doctoral students negotiated the revision of an institutional integrity policy representing different groups of academic...

    Authors: Erika Löfström
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2016 12:5
  8. For anyone concerned about students’ moral development, academic dishonesty presents a pervasive problem but also a promising possibility. The present paper describes the theoretical and empirical underpinning...

    Authors: Jason M. Stephens and David B. Wangaard
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2016 12:3
  9. In 2012, and 2014 Libraries and Learning Services from the University of Auckland created two online courses to introduce students to the concept of academic integrity and its associated values and expectation...

    Authors: Tricia Bingham, Stephanie Reid and Vanda Ivanovic
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2016 12:2
  10. Academic dishonesty presents in different forms, including fabrication of data, falsifying references, multiple submissions, collusion, and sabotage, with two forms haunting academia, namely plagiarism and con...

    Authors: Shiva Sivasubramaniam, Kalliopi Kostelidou and Sharavan Ramachandran
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2016 12:1
  11. Over the past few decades, a body of research has developed examining the academic dishonesty of university and college students. While research has explored academic dishonesty amongst American criminal justi...

    Authors: Li Eriksson and Tara Renae McGee
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2015 11:5
  12. Academic integrity violations have become widespread and pervasive in the university. The manner in which we respond to such violations is important. The prevalent approaches based on procedures, policies, app...

    Authors: Nikunj Dalal
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2015 11:4
  13. Effective plagiarism deterrence in the Republic of Cyprus, requires the identification of any gaps, best practices and case studies relating to plagiarism across the Higher Educational Institutions in the coun...

    Authors: Angelika I Kokkinaki, Catherine Demoliou and Melpo Iakovidou
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2015 11:3
  14. Authors: Tracey Bretag
    Citation: International Journal for Educational Integrity 2015 11:1

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