Academic Integrity and Referencing

“Academic integrity means a commitment to act with honesty, trustworthiness, fairness, respect and responsibility in all academic work, and in professional practice.” (UniSA Academic Integrity Policy, p.3).

Hear from students on what Academic Integrity means to them and why it's important for your Uni work to be your own, like your fingerprint.

Referencing can help you demonstrate academic integrity in your assignments, but there are other actions and behaviours which are important as well.  Find out more about what is expected from you as a UniSA student and how you can demonstrate academic integrity throughout your degree.

Learn about Academic Integrity at UniSA

Find out more about what Academic Integrity means in practice, get tips and resources, and check your understanding.

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Watch this video (5 min, 45 secs) to learn about generative AI, what its limitations are, and how to use it with Academic Integrity during your studies.

Referencing & paraphrasing

Visit the Referencing website for resources on referencing, paraphrasing & integrating sources.

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The Study Room: Season 4

Listen in to the Study Room podcast to hear UniSA students wade through the murky waters of group work and generative AI tools, and get expert advice on Academic Integrity straight from the Officers themselves.

Understanding academic integrity

Check out the useful resources The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) has developed to assist students with understanding academic integrity, including how to identify, avoid and report illegal cheating services and advice on the use of Artificial intelligence.