Promoting Academic Integrity Week 2021

As part of our initiatives for Promoting Academic Integrity Week 2021, we are working with colleagues in MU to collate some examples or insights of assessment practices that promote academic integrity. If you are interested in being involved in this project please include your details at and we will reach out to you to see how best to support you doing this.

Programme 18th-22nd October

Rise to the Challenge
All week long

Test your knowledge with two exciting challenges and be in with a chance to win a prize!

— Academic Integrity Challenge

— ‘exCITING’ Library Referencing Challenge

Access the challenges from the Loop top menu

Four €50 One4All vouchers up for grabs

Explore and Learn
All week long

Explore the resources at the My Own Work website to support your own academic integrity

Explore and Learn
All Week long

Explore the Academic Integrity Hub to get inspired about assessment design and other ideas to promote academic integrity with your students

Access from the Loop top menu, under ‘Support’

Share a practical insight into your assessment practice with the learning and teaching community

Monday 18th October, 12:30-13:30
#IUADigEd Webinar

Join us for a lunchtime webinar to explore the features of our Academic Integrity Hub on Loop.

This webinar will explore a partnership approach to supporting academic integrity initiatives


Shared Commitment to Academic Integrity
All week long

Declare your support for academic integrity by making a pledge or express what academic integrity means to you and add your contribution to the shared student and staff declaration bank on Loop

Students are in with a chance to win a €50 One4All voucher

Access the declaration bank from the Loop top menu

Online Seminar: Building a shared culture of academic integrity
Wednesday 20th October, 13:00-14:30

This National Forum seminar will explore ideas to build a shared culture of academic integrity with learners and those who teach/support teaching in partnership, drawing on some practical strategies and examples

A keynote will be delivered by Dr Sarah Eaton, University of Calgary


Academic Integrity Shared Conversation and Introduction to National Guidelines & Lexicon
Thursday 21st October, 16:00-17:00

Billy Kelly will introduce the recently launched National Academic Integrity Guidelines and National Principles & Lexicon of Common Terms

Followed by an online conversation, facilitated by Dr Gillian Lake and Dr Fiona O’Riordan, which aims to to build shared awareness and capacity of academic integrity through introducing some preliminary findings of a DCU-wide research study in this area.


Explore other events listed on the National Academic Integrity Network website

Part of International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating