Digital Posters AAIN 2023 Conference

A Unique Collegiate University Model for support and accountability in Academic Integrity

Dr Carolyn Alsen
Learning and Teaching Manager, University of Divinity

In the collegiate system of the University of Divinity, models of strategic governance and organisational are being implemented by Academic Board to create simplicity, transparency, a student focus and assurance of justice for staff, students and candidates alike. The models use hub and spoke metaphors, for the University entities to work both objectively and interdependently to share responsibility for the workload, and to create a community of practice. The poster will firstly explain the unique collegiate model at the University, then describe the operation of an Academic Integrity Hub which creates an independent, consistent, confidential and yet collegial approach to the support of students and candidates. Finally, the goal of the Hub is described as providing educational advice, advice on investigation of incidents, and monitoring trends in the institution and in the sector in academic integrity for Academic Board.
Discussion starters:
  • What are the emerging organisational models for strategic monitoring and maintenance of academic integrity in Universities?

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