When you enrol as a student or come to work at Flinders University you become a member of a community that is committed to principles of academic integrity. This commitment maintains Flinders’ reputation and ensures the quality of our research and graduates.
Academic integrity means a commitment to producing your own work and not passing off the work of other people as your own. In the process of creating your own work, you also need to adequately acknowledge the work of other people if you use it.
This website provides resources that students and staff at Flinders need to understand, including what academic integrity is, how to develop the academic skills to support it, and what to do if it is breached.
Watch the video below for an overview of academic integrity.