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Academic Integrity is more important than ever for education and society.

As a mindset, it unlocks the full potential of the individual student. As a behaviour, it benefits society as a whole.

Claudia Dowell

Academic integrity underpins education; which we define as the experience of formally or informally acquiring knowledge.

We teach students academic integrity so that they will graduate being able to carry shared society values into their communities and the world.

Despite its importance, there seems to be a lack of explicit definitions and policies based on academic integrity as a positive force in society but more to protect institutions against the actions of those acting without (Academic) integrity.

We help institutions to assess the current culture, shaping and recommending specific short and long-term actions and strategies to introduce academic integrity explicitly into their institutions and organisations.