When developing curriculum it is important to incorporate academic integrity principles into the design through skill development introduced at the appropriate time, processes that incorporate learner feedback, and specific emphasis on underpinning values.
Curtin is committed to an educative approach to the development of academic integrity skills. Staff should educate students on disciplinary requirements and embed it into units at all levels of the course. Learn more about promoting academic integrity.
Academic integrity program for staff
An academic integrity program for staff is now available via iPerform. It consists of five modules that address academic integrity competence for staff and how to identify and respond to breaches. It also discusses teaching, learning and assessment and provides advice on designing assessments to avoid academic integrity breaches. Modules 1 and 2 are suitable for all staff, while modules 1-5 are suitable for all teaching staff. Each module is approximately 40 minutes long.