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Welcome to the Office of Academic Integrity

Academic integrity is the cornerstone of research, teaching, and learning. Members of the University of Waterloo community are expected to personally demonstrate academic integrity in their work. We are here to help you do so.

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Students at the University of Waterloo are encouraged to complete the Undergraduate Academic Integrity Module. The module is designed to introduce students to the values of integrity, and practice applying them to common scenarios. 

We also have another suite of modules specifically designed for undergraduate students in STEM that include real-world examples in Computer Science, Math, Engineering and Science. 

  1. Oct. 5, 2023Update to Academic Integrity 101 in Learn
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    Academic Integrity 101 is a set of modules for undergraduate students that provides information about academic expectations at the University of Waterloo and highlights ways to maintain academic integrity. The four modules include topics such as citation and paraphrasing practice, strategies to avoid academic misconduct, and exploring campus support services. Enrollment in Academic Integrity 101 is voluntary; however, instructors may recommend the workshop to students who require guidance in this area.

  2. Oct. 4, 2023OAI Director Co-authors Chapter in Handbook of Academic Integrity
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    Amanda McKenzie, Director, Office of Academic Integrity, University of Waterloo, recently co-authored a chapter published in the Handbook of Academic Integrity.

  3. Apr. 19, 2021STEM Academic Integrity Focus Groups

    The University of Waterloo is in the process of designing online learning content about academic integrity for undergraduate students in STEM disciplines. We are looking to speak with undergraduate students from the faculty of Engineering, Science, and Math to learn about what you know about this topic, as well as differences you’ve seen or experienced since we’ve moved to an online learning environment. As Engineering, Science, and Math students with insights into the unique learning needs of your discipline, the feedback that you provide is valuable. 

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