New in the academic integrity arsenal

The first thing the new TEQSA integrity enforcement squad will want is water cannon

But after that the scholarly SWAT team will be pouring over Tracey Bretag’s (Uni S) new edited anthology, A Research Agenda for Academic Integrity, (Edward Elgar, ebook price Euro €25). It’s “an in-depth analysis of emerging threats to academic integrity, and practical, evidence-based recommendations for creating cultures of integrity.”

It follows her well regarded Handbook of Academic Integrity, published four years back, (CMM June 2 2016). So well regarded that publisher Springer originally slapped a €499 price on it.