Academic Integrity Inter-Institutional Meeting (AIIIM) 2022
The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, University of Manitoba is pleased to present the 5th Annual Academic Integrity Inter-Institutional Meeting (AIIIM) 2022.
When and where
AIIIM 2022 will be hosted virtually on
Thursday, May 19, 2022, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm (CST).
Who should attend
- Professors, lecturers, instructors
- Educational Developers and other staff of teaching and learning centres
- Administrators responsible for academic integrity policies and practices
Reasons to attend
- To share the ways your institution promotes academic integrity.
- To share your ideas, expertise, successes, and challenges around teaching and learning and academic integrity with colleagues from across Manitoba.
- To learn from the experiences of your colleagues.
- To discuss ways in which members from different institutions can collaborate on projects related to academic integrity.
- To learn about the Manitoba Academic Integrity Network (MAIN) and how to get involved in the planning and preparation of future events. MAIN consists of representatives from post-secondary institutions in Manitoba. The primary deliverable of MAIN is AIIIM.
To register to attend AIIIM 2022, please click here. Registration to attend and participate in the event is free. Registration is unlimited but necessary to receive the links to attend the sessions and to fully participate in AIIIM.
Registration opens on February 11, 2022 and closes on May 16, 2022.
Call for proposals to present
The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning invites you to submit a proposal to present on topics related, but not limited to, the following areas:
- Institution-wide approaches to academic integrity, including topics related to the importance of academic integrity, promotion of academic integrity to students and academic staff, and policies and procedures.
- Faculty support for academic integrity, including topics related to teaching experiences around academic integrity, structuring courses/curricula to support academic integrity, and conversations about academic misconduct with students.
- Student support for academic integrity, including topics related to what instructors should know about how and why students do and do not cheat, the value of libraries as a student resource, and issues that students from abroad face on our campuses.
Proposals will be accepted for presentations that fit into 30 or 60 minute time slots. Time for questions and/or discussion must be incorporated into the presentation or following the presentation.
Please download the Proposal for Presentations Template and Submission Instructions. Completed presentation proposals should be submitted to the submission portal of the Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity.
Review and notices of acceptance
All submissions will be reviewed for clarity and alignment with meeting objectives. Presentation proposals from all postsecondary institutions will be considered, but those from Manitoba will be prioritized.
After the review process and the sessions are scheduled, presenters will be informed about the outcomes of the review process. All accepted presentation proposals will be included in the meeting program and published in the Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity.
The deadline for submitting session abstracts is April 1, 2022.
The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
65 Dafoe Road, Winnipeg, MB
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada