The University aims to foster and preserve the scholarly values of curiosity, experimentation, critical appraisal and integrity, and to foster these values in its students. Throughout their learning experience, students are encouraged to work collaboratively. However, it is important that students understand the difference between collaboration and collusion. Students are expected to adhere to high standards of academic integrity and honesty at all times. Failure to do so may constitute academic misconduct.
Academic integrity is based on the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility, which form the basis of all academic work. The LTU has developed resources to explain the concept of academic integrity and help you to recognise some forms of academic misconduct, including cheating, collusion and plagiarism. Academic integrity information for students
Academic integrity is a fundamental value of teaching, learning and scholarship. The University of South Australia has designed a systematic and coherent framework to foster academic integrity and manage academic dishonesty. Academic integrity information for staff