Academic Integrity is an essential part of your studies here at the Australian National University. At its core, it is about behaving honestly and creating work that is genuine and original.
From 30 August to 3 September, the University is hosting its first Academic Integrity Awareness Week!
There will be a range of events featuring experts to discuss academic integrity, answer your questions, and inspire you.
After all, understanding academic integrity is not just an essential requirement at ANU, it’s also a pathway to creating better work!
Why should you attend Academic Integrity Awareness Week?
- Learn from the experts
- Ask questions
- Share your experience
- Improve your confidence
What kind of events are being held?
There are a range of sessions being run – whether you are a student; researcher; academic or staff member, there is a session designed for you!
- Launch event (Zoom)
- With Pro Vice-Chancellors Royston Gustavson and Maryanne Dever
- Panel presentations (Zoom)
- Webinars (Zoom)
- Pop-up sessions (Zoom drop-in)
- Drop-in to ask questions with Learning Advisors and student ambassadors
How to register for sessions