6IIP Conference

The 6th International Integrity & Plagiarism Conference took place June 16-18 2014 at Sage Gateshead. View papers and keynotes here.


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We have been working with experts in the UK and beyond since 2002, to develop a network of good practice worldwide.

Papers and keynotes now on site!

A selection of 6IIPC keynote sessions are now live on PlagiarismAdvice.org and can be found here! Papers and presentations given at the conference in June have also been uploaded to the site. You can find these in Conference Proceedings 2014. *Any individual who did not want their work published to the site has been excluded.

Remember, you can search via keyword or author name in the upper righthand corner for any paper, keynote or resource. Papers and keynotes for past conferences can still be downloaded and viewed here and for any other resources please visit the Resources page.

6IIPC review: Our "most international" conference to date celebrated

Will Murray opens the conference

Last month PlagiarismAdvice.org held our biennial, world-renowned plagiarism event, the 6th International Integrity and Plagiarism Conference which took place June 16-18 at the Sage Gateshead in the north east of England. The event, sponsored in part by Turnitin, brought together experts from across the globe to discuss best practice, policy and perceptions around plagiarism.

The conference attracted more than 200 delegates, including lecturers, teachers and researchers, from 46 countries, with 40+ sessions and workshops given from 16 different countries...

Our Partners

The International Association of Academic Integrity Conferences (IAAIC) is an alliance of key academic integrity and plagiarism conferences worldwide, formed to facilitate international conversations on educational issues ranging from cheating and plagiarism to pedagogy and best practices. The IAAIC currently has members from academic integrity bodies in the UK, US and Australia and supports research initiatives from practitioners and institutions throughout the global academic community.

The conference adopts an open publication model, by which individual authors/institutions retain copyright, but submissions are licensed for use with the
Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK licence
, which does not permit commercial use or changes to the original work.