Universities have been increasingly under the spotlight to improve education for staff and students about academic integrity and its flipside, academic misconduct. To address this, Charles Darwin University (CDU) developed new educational approaches and resources. Although students were a key focus, the educational approaches are targeted towards three groups: the student, the lecturer, and the unit coordinator. The initial consultation process for each of these groups not only enabled the collection of useful information about the resource format, but also provided a vehicle for learning through the process of unpacking complex policy, procedures and practices within the CDU context.
|Name||Academic Integrity Toolkit|
|Publisher||Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA)|