Academic Integrity at Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame Australia is committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship and research. Fundamental to this commitment is the upholding of academic integrity which is underpinned by the values of honesty, fairness, respect and responsibility.

The University has implemented a range of strategies to support and enhance student academic integrity. In addition to the Policy: Student Academic Integrity, there is the Code of Conduct for Students, Unit Outlines, Marking Guides (for example, rubrics), Text-Matching Software, Library Services, the Academic Enabling and Support Centre, and this Academic Integrity Module (AIM).

 

The Academic Integrity Module (AIM)

AIM is an educational resource developed to support students in understanding the principles, processes and importance of academic integrity. AIM will provide some guidance to students regarding citations and references, in order to assure the academic integrity of work produced.

AIM has two parts. Ideally, you should undertake Part 1 first.

 

Disclaimer

Material in AIM was developed as a general guide for Notre Dame students. Students should refer to Unit Outlines and consult their lecturers or tutors for specific requirements for their units.

 

Attribution

Unless otherwise stated, the material in the Academic Integrity Module has been adapted from The University of Western Australia's Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills

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