Policy

Find out which of Charles Sturt's academic policies and procedures apply to your work as an academic.

The Division of Learning and Teaching (DLT) owns a number of academic policies and procedures.

The Academic Integrity Policy states requirements for staff and students to practise, promote and defend academic integrity. The policy should be read in conjunction with the following procedure.

Supporting procedures

Academic Integrity Procedure

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The Academic Quality Policy allows us to maintain and enhance the quality of academic activities within our statutory obligations and strategic priorities.

This policy applies to all academic activities and staff. It also applies to the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle in an academic setting.

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A new academic quality website is currently being developed. To find out more in the meantime:

The Assessment Policy sets out the requirements for assessment in subjects. The policy should be read in conjunction with the following supporting procedures.

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The Course and Subject Policy sets out course and subject requirements for each stage of the accreditation life cycle, including:

  • design and development
  • approval
  • delivery and management
  • continuous improvement
  • discontinuance.

The policy should be read in conjunction with the following supporting procedures.

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