Academic and Research Integrity
Academic integrity is fundamental to learning, teaching and research at UOW. It involves upholding ethical standards in all aspects of academic work, including learning, teaching and research. It involves acting with the principles of honesty, fairness, trust and responsibility and requires respect for knowledge and its development.
Academic integrity involves the ongoing fostering of a complex network of strategies and responsibilities across the UOW community. It is therefore vital to the work of students, teachers, researchers, coordinators and administrators.
At UOW, we are committed to providing an educational approach to academic integrity, recognizing that students need to be supported to develop and demonstrate academic skills.
- Why is academic integrity so important?
- What are your responsibilities as teaching staff?
- What can you assume students know?
- How can you minimise the risk of academic misconduct?
- How do you manage cases of academic misconduct?
- What is Poor Academic Practice?
- How do you protect your copyright?
- Advice and support