Maintaining optimism and instilling hope: The work of academic integrity practitioners and scholars

  • Brandy Usick University of Manitoba
Keywords: Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, Cheating, Collusion, Contract Cheating, Academic Misconduct, Academic Dishonesty, Canada

Abstract

We open the second volume of the journal with a reflection on the state of our world and campuses and the importance of our work as academic integrity practitioners and scholars. We announce the evolution of the journal to include both peer-reviewed research and practitioner articles.

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Published
2019-03-28