Academic Integrity

Academic integrity is a commitment to good study practices and shared values, which ensures that your work is a true expression of your own understanding and ideas, giving credit to others where their work contributes to yours.

This University definition of academic integrity recognises that each individual has a responsibility to contribute honestly within our academic community. Breaching academic integrity standards can lead to serious penalties. Make sure that you are familiar with the information in the pages below, complete the relevant Academic Integrity Tutorials and Tests, and develop your understanding of good study practices through the Skills@Library webpages to ensure that your own work is your best work. Learn more about our definition of academic integrity by exploring the headers and links below.