academic integrity, education ethics, learning outcomes, universities, colleges, higher education, college curriculum
This paper describes a comprehensive review of academic integrity across course-level learning outcomes for all courses at one institution. The authors developed a taxonomy based on The International Center for Academic Integrity’s (ICAI) fundamental values of academic integrity to audit course-level learning outcomes for evidence of academic integrity instruction. Approximately 23% of the 3379 courses examined demonstrated a clear component of academic integrity and instruction varied across Faculties and levels of study. The study provides insights into academic integrity instruction and opportunities for academic institutions to better understand, utilize, and integrate academic integrity instruction into their courses and programs.
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Clark, A., Goodfellow, J., & Shoufani, S. (2020). Examining Academic Integrity Using Course-Level Learning Outcomes. The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 11(2). https://doi.org/10.5206/cjsotl-rcacea.2020.2.8508
Clark, Angela; Goodfellow, Jamie; and Shoufani, Sandra, "Examining Academic Integrity Using Course-Level Learning Outcomes" (2020). Publications and Scholarship. 14.