Academic Integrity Module
Academic Integrity Module (AIM)
Academic integrity is a core principle of the University of New England, a principle that is embodied in legislation, regulation, and as an ethical commitment of the University itself. The University provides the Academic Integrity Module, which includes videos, practical exercises, quizzes and links to resources designed to help you understand what it means to act with academic integrity and the consequences of misconduct.
Completing the AIM is mandatory. It is the responsibility of all students to successfully complete the AIM before you submit your first assessment. Access to assignments in the unit Moodle sites is restricted from view if you have not completed the AIM.
Once completed, the AIM badge will appear on your Moodle profile page. You only have to complete the AIM once, so if you have completed the AIM in Trimester 3, 2015 or later you do not have to complete it again.
The AIM is in Moodle with your other units. A link to it appears in the ‘Other Moodle sites’ section of the ‘myUnits and Services’ table in myUNE, and on your Moodle My Home page. It can also be accessed directly via the Academic Integrity Module page. You will continue to be enrolled in the site while you are a UNE student to allow you to retain access to the information.
The AIM consists of 5 modules as follows:
Module 1: What is academic integrity?
Module 2: How do I show academic integrity in my preparation?
Module 3: How do I show academic integrity in my work?
Module 4: How can I feel more confident about academic integrity?
Module 5: How do I deal with more complex situations?
Each module will take approximately 30 minutes to complete and consists of a set of activities followed by a quiz. You do not need to complete each module and quiz in one sitting, but you will need to complete all five quizzes before your first are due. In order to earn your badge and gain access to your assessment tasks, you will need to achieve a score of 80% or higher in each of the five quizzes.
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