Answered By: Johannah Pastor Last Updated: May 20, 2021 Views: 9
Academic integrity is a moral code in education that involves the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility. These are study skills you will develop throughout your university journey.
Submitting work that is not your own, or sharing your completed assignment with others is a breach of academic integrity, and can result in serious consequences.
To get started on developing your academic integrity for University, complete the "What is Academic Integrity?" unit available to all students in Learnline. It is a self-paced unit that you can go back and refer to any time.
If you need assistance with academic integrity, the following support is available to you:
- Contacting your unit lecturer for specific concerns about your assignment;
- The Language and Learning Support team can also assist with individual support; and
- Asking the Library for research and referencing help.