Leeds Beckett University’s Holistic, Institutional Approach to Academic Integrity
Keywords:Academic Integrity Holistic Institutional
This opinion piece argues that universities need to take a more holistic institutional approach to academic integrity. It outlines how Leeds Beckett University has attempted to do this through the development of academic integrity policies and practice which aims to ensure fairness and consistency across our University.
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