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AIIIM is a teaching and learning event for post-secondary academic staff and students from across the province of Manitoba, Canada. The goal of the event is to share strategies and resources to help to provide students with the best possible learning experience—one that is centred on integrity. Academic integrity refers to a commitment to academic standards and embracing the values of honesty, trust, respect, fairness, and responsibility, and having the courage to act on these values (Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity, 2013).
- Thursday May 6th, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. CST
Who should attend?
- Professors, instructors and lecturers
- Staff working in teaching and learning centres
- Staff working in student support units
- Administrators responsible for academic integrity policies and practices
- To share your ideas, expertise, successes, and challenges related to teaching and learning and academic integrity with colleagues from across Manitoba.
- To share the ways your institution promotes academic integrity.
- To learn from the experiences of your colleagues.
- To discuss ways in which members from different institutions can collaborate on projects related to academic integrity.
- To learn about opportunities to be involved in the planning and preparation of future AIIIM events.
Manitoba Academic Integrity Network (MAIN)
Academic Integrity Associations
Academic Integrity Journals