Check out these engaging, short and informative academic integrity videos. These videos present some of the values and behaviours expected of Ryerson University students and some of the most common misconceptions about academic integrity.
Each episode has a specific theme related to the topic of the tutorial.
Please note that due to changes in PDF filePolicy 60: Academic Integrity and the names of services, some information in these Episodes needs to be updated.
PDF filePolicy 60: Academic Integrity is the Ryerson University policy that addresses academic integrity, academic misconduct, the processes, penalties and consequences.
For undergraduate students, the minimum penalty for academic misconduct on any assignment or other form of evaluation is a grade reduction, on any academic work assigned by the faculty/instructor, as appropriate. A mark of "zero" (0) on the work falls within the category of grade reduction. Minimum penalty for a graduate student is "zero" (0) on the work.
As a consequence of any determination of academic misconduct, a Disciplinary Notation (DN) will be placed on the student’s academic record, but not on their official transcript.
Learning Success is now called Student Learning Support
Ryerson Library is now called Ryerson University Library and Archives.
To be able to identify academic misconduct, it is important to review the definitions and forms of academic integrity and Ryerson University’s academic standards.
Once you are comfortable with the concepts and rules of academic integrity, you can practise your knowledge and skills using our online quizzes. To get started, follow the instructions outlined on the quiz page. Make sure you have your Ryerson username and password ready.
We have changed the wording in the quizzes so they reflect changes in policy and service name changes.