The FAIR Project aims to help you find you find your way through even the trickiest aspects of academic integrity. Ever wondered if you have to reference that diagram? When does collaboration become collusion? Or what to do when a student isn’t contributing to group work? You’ve come to the right place.
The 'What Is Academic Integrity?' page will fill you in on why academic integrity is so important and how it relates to life outside of the lecture theatre. Need help with an academic integrity issue right now? Go to the 'Help Me Now!' section and see if any of the scenarios can help you through. If you want to find out what types of academic integrity you might be at risk of, 'Take The Quiz' and you’ll be referred to more resources that are specific to your needs. And if you still need more information, check out the 'Tools and Resources'.
This application is designed to help universty and college students understand and navigate common academic integrity issues. FAIR walks you through a series of common scenarios that can lead to breaches of academic integrity, like plagiarism, with advice on what to do and why it matters. The FAIR quiz will determine your risk profile for academic misconduct and will direct you to the tools you need to succeed.
The FAIR app has been developed by the FAIR Project team at the University of Melbourne: Catherine Howell, Melissa Russell, Rebecca Cameron, Jacqueline Williams and Oliver Lock.
Content is copyright of the University of Melbourne, Australia (2013).
Version 1.0 ; First release of the app. Please feel free to make suggestions and report any bugs through Google Play reviewing channels or via the contact link.
If you have any questions or comments about this resource, please contact Dr Melissa Russell
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