Academic Integrity Module

To help reduce plagiarism and academic fraud and to uphold academic integrity, new students must complete an Academic Integrity Module before the end of their first enrolment period (semester, trimester or block).

How to complete the Module

You'll receive an email advising that you need to complete the module. The module is a 30 minute online test completed in UoNline.

You need to gain a score of 100 per cent to pass, and you can repeat the module as many times as you need to achieve this mark. Once you have successfully completed the module, this will be automatically recorded against your details in myHub.

If you don't complete the module within the timeframe, you'll be unable to re-enrol in courses, view exam results, grades and transcripts, or graduate.

Academic fraud

This is a form of academic dishonesty and occurs when a person makes a false representation to gain an unfair advantage. See the Student Academic Integrity Policy for more details.

Plagiarism

This is presenting another person's ideas or works as your own. You are not permitted to plagiarise any material while completing your studies at UoN.  Material includes written works, data, images, formulae, music, websites and computer programs. See the Student Academic Integrity Policy for more details.

Read more about academic integrity at UON.