Academic integrity is a core value of American academic institutions.
Academic integrity means having a commitment to and demonstration of honest and ethical behavior in an academic setting.
Academic integrity includes contributing to the scholarly conversation while attributing and citing the ideas of others, creating original work in your course assignments, and adhering to a conduct code while at the University of Minnesota.
At the end of this short course, you will be able to:
- define and recognize examples of academic integrity and scholastic dishonesty
- make connections between your conduct as a scholar and academic integrity values
There are two modules to this short course:
You can navigate through the modules by following the link at the bottom of each page, using the “Contents” area near the top of your screen, or through the “Previous” and “Next” feature at the bottom of your screen in the black bar.
Throughout this short course, you will find resources to help you with some of the skills that you will need at the University. Some of these resources are system-wide resources, while others are specific to your campus (Crookston, Duluth, Morris, Rochester, or Twin Cities)
After exploring the material on this site, you can access a quiz in Canvas to receive a Certificate of Completion.
acknowledgement of someone as a participant in the production of something.
referencing a source, usually through a formal citation style.