Supporting academic integrity: approaches and resources for higher education

The Academy JISC Academic Integrity Service produced this publication for lecturers, educational developers, student services managers and academic conduct officers who would like to better understand issues relating to student plagiarism.

The guide brings together key institutional approaches and resources, highlighting institutional strategies, case studies and perspectives.

This publication also provides a selection of resources relating to academic integrity including:

  • guidance on designing assessment that can help minimise student plagiarism
  • online tutorials for students on information literacy and academic writing

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Erica Morris
Jo Badge (University of Leicester)
June Balshaw (University of Greenwich)
Patrick Baughan (City University London)
Jude Carroll (Oxford Brookes University)
John English and Chris Ireland (University of Huddersfield)
Charles Juwah (Robert Gordon University)
Colin Neville (University of Bradford)
Jill Pickard (University of Northampton)
Plagiarismadvice.org
Gayle Pringle (University of Glasgow)
Mary Pryor (University of Aberdeen)
Jane Secker (London School of Economics)
David Walker and Margaret Adamson (University of Dundee)

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