Building an Academic Integrity Culture through the Safety Paradigm

Euan Lindsay, J. R. Morgan, Elizabeth Smith

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 06 Nov 2017
Event8th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity - University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 06 Nov 201707 Nov 2017
https://8apcei-conference.sydney.edu.au/ (Conference website)

Conference

Conference8th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity
Abbreviated titleAcademic Integrity as a Public Good
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period06/11/1707/11/17
OtherAcademic integrity is crucial not only for safeguarding the integrity of knowledge creation and dissemination, but also for establishing the public trust that society needs to operate.

The theme of the 8th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity – Academic Integrity as a Public Good – emphasises academic integrity as a society-wide issue with a strong influence on ethical practices within disciplines, professions, industry and business, government and public institutions. Accordingly, the conference program is being developed to initiate a wide-ranging conversation about the importance of academic integrity from multiple perspectives from within and without the academy and higher education institutions. Importantly, this includes the perspective of students themselves.

This conference will be of interest to academic language and learning educators, academic developers, students, faculty academics, professional staff, and policy developers and implementers.
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Lindsay, E., Morgan, J. R., & Smith, E. (2017). Building an Academic Integrity Culture through the Safety Paradigm. Abstract from 8th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, Sydney, Australia.