Since its debut in 2004, the biennial International Plagiarism Conference, hosted by has evolved into a highly-regarded global forum for showcasing pioneering research in preventing student plagiarism and promoting academic integrity from members of the global academic community.

The themes at the conference have focused on cross-cultural and social views on plagiarism, tried and tested strategies for encouraging students to produce original academic work, institutional approaches to academic integrity and developments in detection technologies. Over 150 papers, presentations and keynote videos reflect the wealth of expertise presented at the conference.

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.