U Have Integrity

A Gamified Approach to Academic Integrity

  • Sarah Elaine Eaton University of Calgary
Keywords: academic integrity, game-based learning, game, gamification, workshop, values, Canada

Abstract

In this article I discuss the development and initial implementation of a workshop using a gamified approach to academic integrity. The 50-minute workshop involved a scenario- based card came. The audience was university staff in Student and Enrolment Services, which included, but was not limited to the Registrar’s Office, Student Services, and Student Wellness.

Author Biography

Sarah Elaine Eaton, University of Calgary

Assistant Professor, Werklund School of Education

Research Associate, Language Research Centre

University of Calgary

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Published
2019-06-27
Section
Practitioner Articles