Digital Posters

AAIN 2023 Conference

You don’t have wait until the Forum on 22 September to get started.  Watch the AAIN Poster presentations now, and engage with the authors and other attendees: you can post comments and questions on the Padlet that is provided for each poster. And on the day of the Forum, you will be able to continue the discussion with a live session with the authors.

Posters

We will also want to add some functionality to each digital poster, eg a Padlet attached to each one so that registrants can leave comments or questions ahead of the forum.  On the day of the forum, we are asking each poster presenter to host a session over the lunch break where they can discuss their poster with people

Swipe right to report academic misconduct

Theme:

Governance, Policy, Procedure, Reporting

Main Presenter:

Elen Seymour
Deputy Dean, School of Law, Western Sydney University

Co Presenters:

Dr Jen Tindale, Dr Sandy Noakes, Dr Lynn Berry, Associate Professor Fidelis Mashiri.
Western Sydney University

Abstract:

This poster presents preliminary findings from an applied research project designed to build staff and institutional capacity through recommendations, strategies and good practice examples of detection and reporting of academic misconduct. Findings are based on a survey of academic misconduct reporting practices in different text and non-text based disciplines, housed in different Schools within an Australian University. aims to share good practice and recommend improvements to detection and reporting processes. Recommendations will be developed in consultation with school-based academic and learning and teaching committees, misconduct teams and governance services, and informed by a desktop audit of staff information on academic misconduct detection available on a sample of public web pages from other Australian universities. Project outcomes will inform misconduct detection and reporting processes and procedures, closing the loop on policy and practice. Outcomes will also inform the design and development of staff resources, alternative assessment tasks and student resources that support institutional compliance with TEQSA guidance and the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2021.

Questions for audience:
  • What information does your institution provide to staff and students on misconduct detection and reporting?
  • Who develops this information, how is it made available to staff and what constraints are there on accessing and/or applying this information when needed?
  • Can you share links to best practice examples of staff information on misconduct detection and reporting on public pages from your own or another provider?
  • If your institution had the resources, what other resources would you recommend be provided to staff?
  • How can information better inform and engage staff and students about misconduct detection and reporting?

Link to the Padlet to leave comments or questions ahead of the forum.

Swipe right to report academic misconduct

Theme:

Governance, Policy, Procedure, Reporting

Main Presenter:

Elen Seymour
Deputy Dean, School of Law, Western Sydney University

Co Presenters:

Dr Jen Tindale, Dr Sandy Noakes, Dr Lynn Berry, Associate Professor Fidelis Mashiri.
Western Sydney University

Abstract:

This poster presents preliminary findings from an applied research project designed to build staff and institutional capacity through recommendations, strategies and good practice examples of detection and reporting of academic misconduct. Findings are based on a survey of academic misconduct reporting practices in different text and non-text based disciplines, housed in different Schools within an Australian University. aims to share good practice and recommend improvements to detection and reporting processes. Recommendations will be developed in consultation with school-based academic and learning and teaching committees, misconduct teams and governance services, and informed by a desktop audit of staff information on academic misconduct detection available on a sample of public web pages from other Australian universities. Project outcomes will inform misconduct detection and reporting processes and procedures, closing the loop on policy and practice. Outcomes will also inform the design and development of staff resources, alternative assessment tasks and student resources that support institutional compliance with TEQSA guidance and the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2021.

Questions for audience:
  • What information does your institution provide to staff and students on misconduct detection and reporting?
  • Who develops this information, how is it made available to staff and what constraints are there on accessing and/or applying this information when needed?
  • Can you share links to best practice examples of staff information on misconduct detection and reporting on public pages from your own or another provider?
  • If your institution had the resources, what other resources would you recommend be provided to staff?
  • How can information better inform and engage staff and students about misconduct detection and reporting?

Link to the Padlet to leave comments or questions ahead of the forum.

Swipe right to report academic misconduct

Theme:

Governance, Policy, Procedure, Reporting

Main Presenter:

Elen Seymour
Deputy Dean, School of Law, Western Sydney University

Co Presenters:

Dr Jen Tindale, Dr Sandy Noakes, Dr Lynn Berry, Associate Professor Fidelis Mashiri.
Western Sydney University

Abstract:

This poster presents preliminary findings from an applied research project designed to build staff and institutional capacity through recommendations, strategies and good practice examples of detection and reporting of academic misconduct. Findings are based on a survey of academic misconduct reporting practices in different text and non-text based disciplines, housed in different Schools within an Australian University. aims to share good practice and recommend improvements to detection and reporting processes. Recommendations will be developed in consultation with school-based academic and learning and teaching committees, misconduct teams and governance services, and informed by a desktop audit of staff information on academic misconduct detection available on a sample of public web pages from other Australian universities. Project outcomes will inform misconduct detection and reporting processes and procedures, closing the loop on policy and practice. Outcomes will also inform the design and development of staff resources, alternative assessment tasks and student resources that support institutional compliance with TEQSA guidance and the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2021.

Questions for audience:
  • What information does your institution provide to staff and students on misconduct detection and reporting?
  • Who develops this information, how is it made available to staff and what constraints are there on accessing and/or applying this information when needed?
  • Can you share links to best practice examples of staff information on misconduct detection and reporting on public pages from your own or another provider?
  • If your institution had the resources, what other resources would you recommend be provided to staff?
  • How can information better inform and engage staff and students about misconduct detection and reporting?

Link to the Padlet to leave comments or questions ahead of the forum.

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