Sir John Monash, after whom Monash University is named, said "...equip yourself for life, not solely for your own benefit but for the benefit of the whole community". This is the principle behind academic integrity; the pursuit of quality scholarship and education in alignment with the policies and expectations of the University.
This set of modules will teach you:
- The definition and ethical principles of academic integrity
- Practical and cognitive skills to ensure integrity in your academic work
- Types of plagiarism, how it occurs and how it can be avoided
- The definition of collusion and how it relates to academic integrity
- Consequences of academic misconduct and where to find help if needed.
We suggest you start with the Introduction module below.
Please note that these modules are best viewed using Internet Explorer, Chrome or Safari. Adobe Flash Player is also required. You can also view the accessible alternative version of the modules at the bottom of this page.
Accessible alternative versions of tutorial content
- Introduction module (DOC, 1.61 MB)
- Ethics module (DOC, 2.5 MB)
- Practical skills module (DOC, 3.86 MB)
- Cognitive skills module (DOC, 2.61 MB)
- Ctrl-C plagiarism module (DOC, 1.46 MB)
- Error-404 plagiarism module (DOC, 0.89 MB)
- Find & Replace plagiarism module (DOC, 1.31 MB)
- Hybrid & Mashup plagiarism module (DOC, 1.42 MB)
- Recycle & Clone plagiarism module (DOC, 1.52 MB)
- Remix plagiarism module (DOC, 1.59 MB)
- Retweet plagiarism module (DOC, 1.59 MB)
- Collusion module (DOC, 2.25 MB)
- Consequences module (DOC, 2.33 MB)
- Getting help (DOC, 1.25 MB)