Academic integrity is a collective pursuit at USask
The University of Saskatchewan community values integrity, honesty, and ethical behavior, as noted in the statement of our mission, vision, and values.
Our Learning Charter identifies integrity and respect as one of our learning pursuits, including:
Exercising intellectual integrity and ethical behavior with kitimakeyichikewin (from the Cree language) and kitimakaymitoohk (from the Michif language) – meaning kindness by self to others.
Academic integrity is a shared value in higher education around the world. The International Centre for Academic Integrity defines academic integrity as a commitment to six fundamental values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility and courage.
This new page provides resources developed by the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning, the University Library, and the Academic Integrity Strategist.
Use the menu navigation bar at the top of this page to explore this site further to see how shared effort for ethical action can make a difference and support academic integrity and benefit us all.