Spaces available for Canadian Symposium on Academic Integrity 2023, June 1 and 2 on campus at UM
There is still time to register!
The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning at the University of Manitoba is honoured to be hosting the 3rd biannual Canadian Symposium on Academic Integrity (CSAI).
Founded in 2019, the Canadian Symposium on Academic Integrity brings together the community of experts, leaders and champions of academic integrity in higher education. This community consists of a diverse group of people including post-secondary educators, librarians, student advocates, students, as well as administrators and sponsors.
The Canadian Symposium on Academic Integrity is Canada’s leading conference dedicated to creating cultures of academic integrity, promoting the values of honesty, trust, responsibility, fairness, respect, and courage, and elevating the quality of teaching and learning across post-secondary education.
CSAI 2023 will provide many opportunities to engage with academic integrity champions from across Canada and internationally and to gain new insights into other key issues that intersect with academic integrity. CSAI 2023 will be an in-person, on campus conference at the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on June 1 and 2, 2023.
Come support the presentations featuring University of Manitoba faculty and staff including:
Thursday, June 1, 2023
Pre-service teachers beliefs about plagiarism: An attribution theory lens
Lauren D. Goegan (University of Manitoba) and Lia M. Daniels (University of Alberta)
An officer and a strategist: A panel of academic integrity professionals
Josh Seeland (Assiniboine Community College), Kelsie Bateman (Assiniboine Community College), Francois Jordaan (University of Manitoba), Tod Denham (Thompson Rivers University), and John Paul Foxe (Toronto Metropolitan University)
Quizzing students about their writing: Implications for deterring and detecting contract cheating, and promoting academic integrity and greater engagement
Matthew Quesnel, Robert Guderian, and Brenda M. Stoesz (University of Manitoba)
Did the student engage in academic dishonesty on their exam? Yes, no, and shades of grey in decision making
Lauren D. Goegan (University of Manitoba), Sierra L. P. Tulloch (University of Alberta) and Lia M. Daniels (University of Alberta)
Friday, June 2, 2023
So it happened… what now? The evolution of a reflections-based course for students involved in academic misconduct
Francois Jordaan, Loie Gervais, and Monique Dumontet (University of Manitoba)
Academic integrity policy analysis of Alberta and Manitoba colleges
Sarah Elaine Eaton (University of Calgary), Lisa Vogt (RRC Polytech), Josh Seeland (Assiniboine Community College), and Brenda M. Stoesz (University of Manitoba)
Emotions affect every decision you make (but that’s a good thing)
Stephanie Young (University of Manitoba)
Student self-declaration forms: A good faith approach to academic integrity
Heather Morris, Donald Stewart, Lukas Neville, and Nicole Harder (University of Manitoba)