Academic Integrity 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. Everyone at Charles Sturt is responsible for the integrity of all academic activity.
The following resources can help you foster Academic Integrity in your teaching practice and help students avoid academic misconduct.
TEQSA has developed free Academic Integrity resources that are free to use by students, academics and providers:
Academic integrity ELMO training is currently available for fixed and full time continuing staff. This is compulsory for academic and some professional/general staff members. These staff will be required to repeat this every three years.
Hrasky, S., & Kronenberg, D. (2011). Curriculum redesign as a faculty-centred approach to plagiarism reduction. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 7(2), 23–36. https://doi.org/10.21913/IJEI.v7i2.761