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How does the University deals with breaches of Academic Integrity?
Most breaches of academic integrity are minor and corrective action can be pointed out, and dealt with informally and quickly by the course coordinator. The consequences may be minimal, for instance, an opportunity to seek assistance from a learning consultant and or to resubmit an assessment with little or no penalty. However, if the staff member considers the allegation to be more serious then the process is managed centrally by an Academic Integrity Officer (AIO), and the possible penalties maybe substantial.
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Last updated on Wednesday 04 January 2017