Academic Integrity for Faculty + Staff

Setting up your class for success  

The emphasis a professor places on academic integrity goes a long way toward shaping the type of behaviour in the classroom. Professors who share the values, provide clear expectations and resources, and continue the conversation throughout the semester, typically have far fewer issues with plagiarism and cheating. 

Discover resources here.


Professional organizations that support this work with resources

The International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) is an “international leader in advancing academic integrity to promote ethical institutions and societies all over the world”. They have authored the Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity, a commitment to six core values alongside strategies to live the values in the classroom. The organization also hosts a Canadian networking consortium and other events throughout the year to ensure you have the support and resources needed, like this one!

Explore their resources here

Workshops available to help educate students about Academic Integrity

Student Learning Services offers various workshops, including an online module, for students. You can review the workshop offerings here. Need help determining which one would work best for your student learner(s), consult with the Student Learning Services’ team.  Email or call 403.440.6452.

Did you know that Student Learning Services also has resources for faculty? Discover tools here.

Reporting Academic Misconduct

If you have reason to believe a student has not met the expectations of academic integrity, explore the resources for faculty located on your myMRU page. Connect with the Office of Student Community Standards at any stage for confidential guidance or assistance. To request a consultation, click here.