Several policies, procedures and guidelines relate to academic honesty. You should be aware of what is contained in these documents and how these may affect your academic results. The list below will take you straight to the complete document.
The presentation of genuine, original work is an indispensable cornerstone of appropriate scholarly practice. This Code explains the ANU's expectations for academic integrity on the part of students in their academic practice. It sets out the responsibilities of University academic staff in developing and promoting academic integrity, and penalising academic misconduct.
These procedures are to be read in conjunction with the Code of Practice for Student Academic Integrity .
This website which contains "need to know" information relevant to staff and students about copyright - including music piracy, frequently asked questions about copyright, your rights as a copyright owner, online training and compying with copyright and more....
The purpose of this policy is to enable staff and students to work confidently in the information infrastructure whilst safeguarding the integrity of: computers, networks, data, and associated licensing arrangements, owned or controlled by The Australian National University. It also: provides guidance to the University community on complying with University policies and relevant legislation; specifies practices that mitigate against unauthorised or inappropriate use; and contains information about the University's responsibilities and how problems will be managed.
The purpose of this policy is to establish the ownership of intellectual property generated by staff and students of, and visitors to, the Australian National University and to provide procedures for the disclosure, protection and commercialisation of the Intellectual Property.
To describe expectations for those involved in teaching and learning at ANU.