Learning and Teaching Office - Academic Integrity
The Learning and Teaching Office has put together a range of resources on academic integrity.
- The following videos are from the keynote speech delivered by Associate Professor Cath Ellis at the LTO 2020 Educator Scholar Conference:
- The state of academic integrity in Australia (5:22)
- The contract cheating study (8:07)
- What can academics do to support ethical scholarship (11:44)
- TEQSA and contract cheating (4:30)
- The business of contract cheating (10:28)
- Protecting our students from contract cheating companies (6:01)
- This short Practice Guide covers the basics: Notre Dame approach to academic integrity, what can be done to encourage academic integrity in your students, how to recognise a breach and what is the procedure for its management and how to use Turnitin to educate students.
- The LTO has developed a micromodule which provides more in-depth information regarding academic integrity, including theory and practical activities and strategies. The micromodule is in our LT1004: Continuing Professional Learning with the LTO course, so you will be asked to log into Blackboard to access it.
- We have also conducted a 30-minute webinar on academic integrity specific to Notre Dame context. The webinar addresses the new Academic Integrity Policy and steps you through the procedure in regards to academic integrity breaches.
- If you are teaching a First Year Foundation course, you'll need the Academic Integrity Rubric. The How to Use the Academic Integrity Rubric is a short video on how it is to be used.
- This Practice Guide will help you design authentic assessments, which is a great way to support our students' academic integrity.
In addition, TEQSA offers this Academic Integrity Toolkit which contains links to workshop recordings, slides and other resources including guide to substantiating contract cheating, TEQSA good practice notes and case studies.