What is academic integrity? Learn about it here, then test yourself with our interactive quiz

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In April, we featured an article about the Academic Integrity Values Statement and the new Academic Integrity Policy. The Policy defines academic integrity as “acting with the values of honesty, respect, trust, responsibility and support in learning, teaching and research.”

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But how exactly do you do that?
To help you get across everything you need to know, the University is launching the new Academic Integrity Module in Week 14. Developed by Learning Skills, this iLearn module goes through the main principles of academic integrity and how to act with academic honesty. Check it out, then try the quiz below.

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How much do you know about academic honesty? Take this quick quiz (based on the new module) to find out.

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