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Foreign engagement activities – collaborating within the national interest
Over recent decades, Australia’s economy and the higher education sector have benefited from an expansion in global engagement opportunities. With increasing connectivity through travel and technology, international student numbers grew and collaborative research projects thrived.
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Sending the wrong message: human error and the risk to privacy
When we think of data breaches, we usually think of delinquent hackers exploiting technical or human flaws in IT systems to hunt down the personal information of others. But in many cases the risk that private information will fall into the hands of the wrong person is much closer to home - and more everyday than we would like to think.
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Keep your records intact while working from home
Adaptable technologies have given us the flexibility to easily move between working on campus and working from home. This pattern is likely to be the new model of work into the future.
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Beating the cheating services – new law to help preserve academic integrity in Higher Ed
Academic integrity is a core part of university life and reflects fundamental values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage. All members of the university community must uphold these values in teaching, learning and research. This includes refraining from using academic cheating services which have the effect of undermining honesty and fairness in academic outcomes.
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Everything you need to know to be a good Public Officer
If you are reading this, you probably have an obligation under the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012 to report certain types of activities or conduct to the Office for Public Integrity.
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Where should you draw the line? New guidance on the appropriate use of corporate credit cards
Corporate credit cards are a convenient and efficient way for University personnel to manage work‑related expenses, including for travel, entertainment or those other small value purchases that are needed to get the job done.
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Responding to COVID-19 - Maintain your distance AND your records
During recent months, usual work patterns have been disrupted as we’ve adapted our work habits and come to terms with the reality of social distancing.
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Hosting a Zoom Meeting? Pause before you record
Zoom provides an easy and appealing platform to connect with others across different locations.
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A global reach into the future and biosecurity risks
The University is gearing up globally and extending its profile through connections with international partners, staff, students and alumni.
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International sanctions - some ins and outs
As a globally geared institution, many of the University’s activities involve collaboration with people and entities overseas.
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