29th Jun 2017, 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Academic Integrity

‘Working with Integrity’: what currently is happening at UNSW Sydney. Also, Contract Cheating: What is it and what can we do about it?

Presented by: Gwyn Jones, Learning Advisor, The Learning Centre, PVC Education and Cath Ellis, Associate Dean (Education), Arts and Social Sciences.

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‘Working with Integrity’: what currently is happening at UNSW Sydney.

This presentation will discuss the design of the ‘Working with Academic Integrity’ module and how it is being used by learners and staff.  There are  two applications available to conduct the integrity dialogue.  The Directed Mode and the Embedded Mode. The Module is being used by Ethics officers and adapted to school specific modules which highlight the unique academic practices of the specific fields and the link to professional practice. The presentation will look at what we have learned so far by providing a flexible tool that respects the many voices that need to be heard in this integrity conversation.

 

Contract Cheating: What is it and what can we do about it?

This presentation raises awareness about contract cheating. The key aim is that through greater awareness we are better able to improve detection and deterrence of contract cheating amongst our student population. UNSW is a partner institution in the OLT funded Strategic Priority Project on ‘Contract Cheating and Assessment Design’ – more information about the OLT Strategic Priority Project can be found at: https://cheatingandassessment.edu.au 
 
Event Details
Staff & Students Only Event open only to UNSW Staff & Students
50 Seats available
free

Location

Library Seminar Room 208 (UNSW Library, entry level, at the back)


Key Contact
PVC(E) Events