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Integrity in 2023, and this year's prize

A conversation about academic integrity is inextricably also one about student experience and success. With the recent and imminent emergence of new synthesising, imitation, and AI tools, the education sector is increasingly interested in prevention and evidence-backed initiatives that focus on teaching and learning.

In the same spirit, this third annual 2023 Prize continues our promise to a world-leading integrity researcher and friend  - Professor Tracey Bretag. The Prize's purpose is to advocate for, and provide a platform for, the pursuit of academic integrity as part of a positive teaching and learning experience.


See this year's report for Prize winners, commendations, and nominations,