U Have Integrity
A Gamified Approach to Academic Integrity
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.
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