Martine Peters is a full professor at the Université du Québec en Outaouais in the Department of Educational Sciences. Her areas of specialization are French didactics, academic literacy and technopedagogy. Her research interests include academic integrity, plagiarism prevention, and digital scrapbooking strategies used in academic writing at all levels of education. She is the director of the University Partnership on Plagiarism Prevention (UPPP), a SSHRC-funded project that brings together 68 researchers from ten countries, who are actively seeking ways to foster academic integrity among university students.
Last Updated: 09-25-2023
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