Academic Integrity in the Humanities and Cultural Studies: A Mediated Learning Trail

A. W. S. Lee

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Abstract

Academic integrity is a quality that all university students must understand and practice. Despite it being a compulsory part of the curriculum in any discipline, cases of violation still arise, suggesting an ineffective learning experience. The author addresses two issues in the teaching of academic integrity--content materials and modes of delivery--by selecting discipline-specific course materials and engaging students through a mediated learning trail accessed via a mobile app. Three different groups of senior year humanities and cultural studies students used the learning materials; findings indicate that students perceived the app to provide an effective learning experience.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal on Excellence in College Teaching
Volume29
Issue number3&4
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2018

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