Digital Posters AAIN 2023 Conference
Academic integrity serious game: The role of professional values
Lecturer (Education) Nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
The game enables students to engage with scenarios, quizzes and resources on professionalism, academic offences, study skills and feedback.
The evaluation used a mixed-methods methodology that included a learning questionnaire (MLSQ)(n=233), followed by focus groups (n=39) with first year undergraduate nursing students. The serious academic integrity game significantly improved students’ motivation to learn about academic integrity. Further, students articulated how they were able to make the link between professional values and academic integrity after playing the game.
- This serious game on academic integrity is transferable from the profession of nursing to other disciplines. What would be the benefit of a similar serious game in your discipline?
- What is the link between professional aspects of your discipline and academic integrity?
- Would a serious game be a method of education you could use in your discipline/ university? If so, what year group would you use it with?
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