Course Description

The Academic Integrity Series: Urgent and Emerging Topics creates a space for timely and provocative discussion around issues related to academic integrity in post-secondary education. Experts from UCalgary and across the country offer insights on trending topics, like counterfeit credentials, contract cheating and equity, that will affect educators, policy makers and higher education professionals for years to come. 

Each webinar can accommodate 300 live participants. All registrants will be e-mailed a link to the recorded version of the webinar for viewing after the live event.

Enrol Now - Select a section to enrol in
10:00AM to 11:30AM
Dec 10, 2021
Schedule and Location
Delivery Options
Course Fees
No Cost non-credit $0.00
Section Notes

Managing Academic Integrity: Perspectives from Engineering

Academic misconduct is as old as the hills.  While it is discouraging to see this behavior, we really should not be too surprised when we discover cases in our classrooms.  A lot of research has explored why students cheat, and what instructors can do to reduce instances of misconduct.  There has been little discussion, however, on how schools manage academic integrity within their programs and institutions.  This webinar will cover academic integrity and misconduct from the lens of an administrator.  Institutions have policies and procedures in place to investigate allegations of misconduct, and they also have initiatives to promote integrity among students.  Results from a recent survey of engineering schools and engineering regulators will be reviewed, highlighting best practices and areas for improvement.

At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  • Learn about common academic integrity and misconduct management practices.
  • Explore opportunities for improvement as instructors and leaders within our programs to better manage and promote academic integrity.


Dr. David deMontigny

David deMontigny is the Associate Dean Academic in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Regina.  In this role, he is responsible for investigating allegations of misconduct and leading faculty initiatives to promote integrity among students.  David enjoys teaching and mentoring students to achieve their goals.

Required fields are indicated by .