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Building Honor in Academics

Case Studies in Academic Integrity

Denney, Valerie P. / Roberts, Camilla J.


1. Auflage Februar 2023
240 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-88054-7
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A 360-degree look at academic integrity with case studies from professors, administrators, and students

Building Honor in Academics: Case Studies in Academic Integrity is a collection of case studies on academic integrity from around the globe. More than case studies, the book is intended to help administrators, faculty, and students start conversations around the topic of cheating and academic integrity, and what to do when they find themselves faced with it firsthand. The case studies will come from honor code administrators, department leaders, faculty, and students across disciplines.

Written by leaders of The International Center for Academic Integrity, this book tracks the ICAI's six values of academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage. These six values manifest in different ways across different institutions, but they are all relevant in the quest to consider how to promote integrity in higher education. Academic integrity has received increased media attention since the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, and now is the time to educate academic communities in the ideas, techniques, and strategies that work to enhance the level of personal responsibility in higher education.
* Learn about the six values of academic integrity and how they can guide your institution
* Read case studies from the perspectives of students, administrators, and faculty
* Identify large and small tasks you can undertake to promote academic integrity at all levels
* Become part of the solution as higher education shifts to a new framework for the digital age

Building Honor in Academics is an eye-opening resource for administrators, leaders, and policymakers in higher education, as well as students studying to enter these roles.


Chapter 1: Honesty

Chapter 2: Trust

Chapter 3: Fairness

Chapter 4: Respect

Chapter 5: Responsibility

Chapter 6: Courage

Appendix A: Alphabetical List of Case Studies Mapped to the Fundamental Values

Appendix B: Alphabetical List of Case Studies Mapped to the Target Audience

Appendix C: List of Case Studies by Author's Name

Appendix D: List of Case Studies by Country of Origin

Praise for Building Honor in Academics

"This book does an excellent job of making the fundamental principles, values and practicalities of academic integrity accessible for a wide range of audiences. I plan to use it as part of training for faculty, students, and academic integrity professionals."

- David Rettinger, Professor of Psychological Science, Director of Academic Integrity Programs at University of Mary Washington, Author of Cheating Academic Integrity

"ICAI's fundamental values of academic integrity have long been recognized as the core element of the institution of a culture of academic integrity. This truly international edited volume by Camilla Roberts and Valerie Denney from the ICAI Board, including 67 cases from 11 countries, promises to be a guideline for every stakeholder involved in the establishment of such a culture by exemplifying the implementation of these fundamental values."

- Salim Raz1, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University Centre for Academic Integrity
VALERIE P. DENNEY, BS, MS, DBA, is an Associate Professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the College of Business. Valerie retired from the aerospace industry and the U.S. Navy after 30 years as an engineering and program manager. In addition to her university position, she is currently Vice President of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI).

CAMILLA J. ROBERTS, MEd, PhD, is the Director of the Honor and Integrity System at Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS. Since 2008, Camilla has been a member of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI), serving on the leader­ship board since 2016, as Vice President for two years, and currently as President.