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Academic Integrity Service wiki

Page history last edited by ericam 10 years ago


The Higher Education Academy JISC Academic Integrity Service is supporting the higher education community by:


  • providing guidance on developing policies and procedures relating to academic integrity,
  • highlighting resources that enable lecturers to focus on teaching and learning strategies that can help minimise opportunities for student plagiarism,
  • encouraging the sharing of best practice in the area of academic integrity.


This workspace complements the Academic Integrity Service website, and was set up so that you can share good practice in the area of academic integrity, add ideas and comments, or access the evidence on academic integrity through EvidenceNet:


  • Explore issues and share practice by adding ideas and comments.
  • Search EvidenceNet for resources relating to academic integrity.


Find out more about the event we ran with Universities Scotland on 'Tackling plagiarism through policy and practice' (March 2010, Edinburgh):




Valuable resources and links


Dealing with plagiarism in the digital age

Dealing with plagiarism references

2009 Synthesis Projects




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Comments (1)

ericam said

at 2:41 pm on Jun 2, 2010

I think the Academic Integrity website for the Curtin University of Technology, Australia is a valuable example of how information and resources can be pulled together for staff and students of a university. See http://academicintegrity.curtin.edu.au/home/

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