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Academic Integrity - DOAJ

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Last Updated: 10 December 2022

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Developing Student Behaviours that Support Academic Integrity in Distance Learning

Academic integrity is a pledge to six fundamental principles: honesty, trust, fairness, reverence, accountability, and misconduct refers to conduct that violate these values and this commitment. Our focus is academic integrity in distance learning environments by investigating the key themes of student and staff perceptions, as well as related pedagogical topics. To reduce academic misconduct, we recommend a series of steps that can raise students' perception of academic legitimacy and institutional approaches in order to reduce academic misconduct.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.55982/openpraxis.13.4.461


Intellectual property and quality of education: Exploring the academic integrity among medical students

Before and after taking the special course, analyze the reasons impacting students' intellectual property and plagiarism; examine the causes affecting intellectual property infringement; and, investigate the effects of intellectual property and plagiarism among medical students; and investigate the causes impacting intellectual property and plagiarism in student students; and, assess the effects on intellectual property and plagiarism. The study consisted of 658 students who were divided into two groups. The mean age was 22. 41 years and 26. 31 years, according to u00b1. The Intellectual Property in Medicine course was introduced in order to raise the possibility of intellectual property and plagiarism. The number of students who believe plagiarism is a moral issue has risen. The research shows that it is likely to integrate courses on intellectual property and plagiarism into higher education, increasing knowledge and high quality of education. To increase knowledge and skills in dealing with aspects of plagiarism, there are also plans to include an online course in The Unified Anti-Plagiarism Principles in Higher Education.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2022.1012535

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