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.
Lead presenter – Kat Alchin, The University of Adelaide
Lead presenter – Dr Carolyn Alsen, University of Divinity
Assessment support strategies to minimise academic integrity breaches, while increasing student pass rates and reducing attrition
Lead presenter – Rosemary Ayoub, TAFE NSW Randwick
Fostering Academic Integrity through Peer Mentoring Programs: An Examination of On-Campus ‘Influencers’ and ‘Intervenors’ at Griffith College
Lead presenter – Inez Chai, Griffith College
Lead presenter – Laura Creighton, Queen’s University, Belfast
Lead presenter – Claudia Gottwald, The University of Adelaide
Navigating the Intersection of Ethical Principles and Competing Interests: Achieving Harmonious Symbiosis Between Academic Integrity and AI Integration in Assessment for Coding Subjects
Lead presenter – Regina John Luan, Central Queensland University
Incentivizing academic integrity through the use of ‘ownership and integrity’ marks in an assessment rubric in nursing students
Lead presenter – Joan Lynch, Western Sydney University
Lead presenter – Maryam Mariya, University of Waikato
Lead presenter – Martin McMorrow, The University of Notre Dame
Lead presenter – Dr Nici Sweaney, University of Canberra
Lead presenter – Dr Jen Tindale, Western Sydney University
Lead presenter – Ian Warren, Deakin University
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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.