• Academic integrity policy toolkit: Promoting a culture of academic integrity

     

    Support: Enabling strategies enact the policy. Without long-term, sustainable and practical support resources, a policy will not be enacted, no matter how well it is articulated. (AISP 2010-2012).

    Examples: University of Sydney,University of South Australia, and University of Western Australia.

    See a template for providing Turnitin information to students.

      "This involves promoting integrity in every aspect of the academic enterprise, including university mission statements and marketing, admissions processes, academic integrity policies, assessment practices and curriculum design, information during orientation and in embedded and targeted support in courses and at every level for students. It encompasses frequent and visual reminders on campus, professional development for staff and research training." (Bretag 2013, Short-cut students, Transparency International Global Corruption Report).