20 July, 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Our friends at Studiosity are hosting their seventh annual ‘Students First’ Symposium. The symposium will reflect on a post-legislative HigherEd sector and predictions for academic integrity beyond 2023. The Panelists will also formally announce the finalists and winner of this year’s Tracey Bretag Prize for Academic Integrity.

Register here.

The panel for this year’s symposium will be:

  • Prof Rowena Harper, Director of the Centre for Learning and Teaching, Edith Cowan University
  • A/Prof Christine Slade, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation, The University of Queensland
  • Dr Guy Curtis, School of Psychological Science, The University of Western Australia

Chaired by Prof Judyth Sachs, Chief Academic Officer Studiosity, former PVC Learning and Teaching at The University of Sydney, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost at Macquarie University.

The current climate of higher education offers a ‘perfect storm’ for the proliferation of contract cheating, described Professor Tracey Bretag, integrity expert and advocate. After the anti-cheating legislation, the higher education sector was empowered to invest even further in the pursuit of academic integrity. What are the most common approaches, the most successful? Is the legislation working?

Registration is now open for the next ‘Students First’ Symposium session, exploring reflections and predictions for #academicintegrity beyond 2023.

All staff are strongly encouraged to attend the event.

To find out more about the event or to register for the event, head to the registration page.

Posted by Riley O'Keeffe