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What is Academic Integrity?

Academic integrity: making sure that the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility, are observed in achieving academic outcomes.

Why does Academic Integrity matter?

Having Academic Integrity means you produce and submit assessments in an honest and fair way, you act and communicate in your academic work ethically, and show respect for the work of others.

Use this quick checklist to check you meet Academic Integrity requirements before submitting your next assessment.

Academic Integrity Checklist

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