Australasian Academic Integrity Network
The AAIN is a network of over 720 academic and professional staff in approximately 120 higher education institutions in Australia and New Zealand. Members work in a diverse range of roles linked to student academic integrity policy, practice and research. The focus of the Network is on sharing good practice and resources, seeking advice from other institutions, and developing effective responses to new and emerging threats to academic integrity.
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Our mission is to promote and protect academic integrity in the higher education sector
Australia’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) defines academic integrity as ‘the expectation that teachers, students, researchers and all members of the academic community act with honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility’.
AAIN members are steadfast in their commitment to
- promoting academic integrity within their institutions
- fostering students’ academic integrity knowledge and skills as an integral part of their learning journey, and
- responding effectively to threats to integrity in student work.
This commitment to the maintenance of academic integrity is critical if we are to ensure that students have achieved the expected learning outcomes of their subjects and programs, and to protect the reputation of the higher education sector and the value of a higher education degree within the international arena.
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The Network acknowledges the support of Deakin University in developing and hosting this website.
Acknowledgement to Country
The AAIN recognises the First Peoples of our nations and their ongoing connection to culture and country. We acknowledge First Nations Peoples of our lands as the Traditional Owners, Custodians and Lore Keepers and pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.