Means acting with honesty, fairness and responsibility in learning, teaching and research. It involves observing and maintaining ethical standards in all aspects of academic work.(Academic Integrity Policy 2.8.a)
Academic and professional staff involved in teaching and learning and/or research are responsible for:
CSU favours an educative and proactive approach to promoting Academic Integrity and minimising Academic Misconduct. Here are some approaches that can help you in your teaching practice. (Sources: Hrasky & Kronenberg, 2011; How to Minimise Plagiarism in your students' work in 5 steps, CSU).
You may have the opportunity to do this in your subject team or as part of course review.
In reviewing, adapting or modifying tasks make sure you consult with the course director first to ensure that all the task design elements will be incorporated in your revisions.
The following resources can help you foster Academic Integrity in your teaching practice and help students avoid academic misconduct.
References and further reading
Hrasky, D., & Kronenberg, S. (2011). Curriculum redesign as a faculty-centred approach to plagiarism reduction. International Journal for Educational Integrity. 7 (2), 23-36.