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The articles below will be discussed at the Faculty Institute sessions on November 21 and 22. Both sessions will focus on the same readings, with discussions held at two different times to accommodate as many schedules as possible. Clicking on the titles within each citation will link you to the articles via GALILEO, with the PDF form of the full texts available from each page.


Academic Integrity Selected Bibliography

Brent, Edward, and Curtis Atkisson. "Accounting For Cheating: An Evolving Theory And Emergent Themes." Research In Higher Education 52.6 (2011): 640-658. ERIC. Web.

Jones, Dorothy L. R. "Academic Dishonesty: Are More Students Cheating?". Business Communication Quarterly 74.2 (2011): 141-150. ERIC. Web.

McCabe, Donald L. and Linda Klebe Trevino. “Individual and Contextual Influences on Academic Dishonesty: A Multicampus Investigation.” (June 1997): 379-396. Research in Higher Education. Web.

Purcell, Kristen., et al. “How Teens Do Research in the Digital World.” Pew Internet & American Life Project. Pew Research Center. 1 Nov. 2012. Web.

Thakkar, Maneesh, and Suri Weisfeld-Spolter. "A Qualitative Analysis Of College Students' Perceptions Of Academic Integrity On Campus." Academy Of Educational Leadership Journal 16.(2012): 81-88. Business Source Complete. Web.

Zauzmer, Julie M.  “Where We Stand: The Class of 2013 Senior Survey.” The Harvard Crimson. 28 May 2013. Web.


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