Working from the centre: supporting unit/course co-ordinators to implement academic integrity policies, resources and scholarship

Project Information

Year Funded:2012
Grant (ex GST):$130,520
Project Status:Ongoing
Project Reference:SP12-2329
Program:Strategic Priority Projects
Project Discipline:(X) Not disciplinary based
Project Keywords:Academic integrity, Course coordinators, Policy, Practice, Standards

Lead Institution

Victoria University
Victoria University

Partner Institutions

James Cook University, RMIT University, Southern Cross University, The University of Queensland, University of Canberra

Project Team

Dr Fiona Henderson (Project Leader), Dr Paul Whitelaw, Dr Brian Zammit, Dr Pierre Benckendorff, Dr Michele Fleming, Associate Professor Dianne Dredge, Dr Judy Maxwell, Mrs Helen Hooper, Dr Lai Kuan Lim, Ms Penny Jose


This project builds on the ALTC work by Whitelaw and Henderson (2010) and the current academic integrity project led by Tracey Bretag, however it goes much further and acknowledges the critical role of unit/course coordinators and places them at the centre of effective teaching and learning. The project focuses on the ways and means that course/ unit co-ordinators can be productively assisted in managing systems and harnessing teaching and learning resources to ensure that academic integrity policies are properly and comprehensively adhered to. The project will do this by developing two databases on an open access website which will respectively address best practice for coordinators in interpreting and administering academic integrity policy as well as annotated teaching and learning activities and resources. The innovations include a feedback mechanism and a scholarship workshop. Each of these together will foster an improved learning experience for the students, better educational outcomes, an enhanced community of practice, professional development and improved scholarship.

The information on this project's page was updated 11 October, 2013.


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