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ProctorFree Set to Attend the 2014 International Center for Academic Integrity Annual Conference

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Please join us in attendance at the 2014 International Center for Academic Integrity’s (ICAI) Annual Conference in Jacksonville, Florida from February 28th, 2014 to March 2nd, 2014. The ICAI conference brings together academic professionals from around the world to identify innovative ways to hinder cheating and academic dishonesty in higher education. This year’s conference features speakers Dr. James Lang and Dr. Tracey Bretag, both experts in the field of cheating and academic integrity.

ProctorFree is sponsoring the conference as a “Friend of the Center.” This sponsorship level provides funding to a student or faculty member to attend the conference when other funding sources are not available. ProctorFree is honored to provide this funding to assist academic professionals in their learning and career development.

To learn more about the ICAI Conference and to register to attend please click here.

From the International Center for Academic Integrity’s website www.academicintegrity.org:

“The International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) was founded to combat cheating, plagiarism, and academic dishonesty in higher education. Its mission has since expanded to include the cultivation of cultures of integrity in academic communities throughout the world. ICAI offers assessment services, resources, and consultations to its member institutions, and facilitates conversations on academic integrity topics each year at its annual conference.

In order to meet the continually evolving needs of our membership in future years, ICAI encourages, supports, and shares research that predicts, describes, and responds to trends and issues relating to academic integrity standards and practices. ICAI membership benefits are extended to faculty, administrators, students, and staff at membership institutions around the globe, and to its individual members, partners, and supporting organizations.”

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