A very successful inaugural University of Academic Integrity Awareness Week was held October 19 – 23.
Dr Alistair Standish has implemented a three-pronged educational approach to improve both understanding and performance.
Copyright material is used extensively in teaching but are you confident that you’re using material legally?
Read about the alternative entry pathways based on year 11 results, Micro-credentials Policy and the Transnational Education Policy.
How much do you know about different types of academic misconduct? Can you tell the difference between poor academic practice and academic misconduct?
Take this international self-assessment tool from the European Network for Academic Integrity and test your understanding, and learn more about the other resources available to you.
One of the main tools used to collect student feedback at the University is the Student Experience of Learning and Teaching (SELT) system. A set of resources have been developed to assist staff with the upcoming Program SELTs (end of August) and end of semester Course SELTS.
University of Adelaide student Oliwia Derda was recently awarded a 2020 Premier’s Certificate for outstanding volunteer contribution. Read more about her story here.
You may have noticed the recent release of Microsoft Teams for University staff. Microsoft Teams is a suite of communication tools, designed to assist staff working in different locations with a variety of methods for digital collaboration - captured in a single workspace.