Academic Integrity and the Role of the Instructor
The University of Toronto is committed to the values of independent inquiry and to the free and open exchange of ideas. Visit U of T’s Academic Integrity website for further resources and the university’s Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters.
As well, many of the resources provided by CTSI (see Continuity Planning) provide pedagogical support for instructors in supporting their students and adherence to academic integrity.
Academic Integrity and Teaching Online/Remotely
Academic Integrity and Teaching Online/Remotely (PDF format)
Acting with Academic Integrity means acting in all academic matters with honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage.
Instructors moving their courses to online/remote learning, may have questions regarding Academic Integrity (AI), especially if this is an unfamiliar assessment environment. This resource provides information and strategies that may be helpful to address AI at all stages in your online/remote course delivery, primarily focused on online assessments. Some of these strategies are adapted from the Smart Strategies section of the University of Toronto’s Academic Integrity website to suit the online teaching and assessment environment.
Explore the following sections:
- Overview of Online Assessment Options
- Academic Integrity is a Shared Responsibility
- Assignments and Evaluations
- Online Exams/Tests/Quizzes and Delivery: Quizzes Tool in Quercus
- Academic Integrity and Online Proctoring (eProctoring)
- Academic Integrity Supports for Instructors and Students
- How to Handle a Suspected Academic Offence
- Appendix 1: Sample Academic Integrity Statements
- Appendix 2: Sample Academic Integrity Assignment Checklist
Protocols for Academic Integrity-related Data Requests (requires UTORid and password to access)
- 7 Grandfathers in Academic Integrity, a resource developed for U of T students by Indigenous Student Services, First Nations House and Academic Success (Student Life)