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The Academic Integrity Matters (AIM) program is offered year-round to help students learn about UBC Okanagan’s standards for academic honesty, how to properly credit and cite research, and how to avoid plagiarism issues.
Please refer students as early as possible.
To support students in learning about the best practices for academic integrity, the AIM program’s goals are to:
Upon referral, the AIM coordinator emails the student, providing a link to a brief intake questionnaire and available appointment times.
Based on the student’s needs, the AIM consultant will develop an individualized plan during the first meeting for the subsequent meetings.
After the student has signed the consent form, the faculty member will be sent reports on the student’s progress until the student has completed or discontinued the program.
If you are a faculty member wishing to refer a student who needs additional support for academic integrity, please fill out the referral form below.
Typically, a student is referred to the AIM program when a faculty member notices that a student is having issues with integrating sources into their writing (or if the student expresses a need for additional support).
A student will generally meet for three one-hour sessions with a trained AIM consultant.
There may be many students moving through the AIM program simultaneously and appointments may be limited.
UBC’s Okanagan campus is situated on the territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation