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Academic Integrity Policy and Practice: Introduction

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In the field of academic integrity, it is established that the design and implementation of academic integrity policy is vital in affecting organizational change. Research and case studies have highlighted how institutions can enhance policy and practice through interconnected developments and activities, including engaging both staff and students in academic integrity education. The chapters in this section build on perspectives and investigations in the field to provide conceptual frameworks and evidence-informed recommendations for advancing academic integrity policy and practice, leading to change across an organization.

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  • Academic Integrity Education
  • Evidence-informed Recommendations
  • Interconnected Developments
  • Game-based learningGame-based Learning
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Morris, E.J. (2015). Academic Integrity Policy and Practice: Introduction. In: Bretag, T. (eds) Handbook of Academic Integrity. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-287-079-7_79-1

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