About this session

This interactive session will include short presentations updating participants about prevention, detection and investigation of student misconduct at UQ. Presenters will briefly cover the outcomes of the Academic Integrity Action Plan, identifying cheating and misconduct processes and the chain of responsibility in these processes, including the role of the academic integrity officers. Supportive case studies, training and resources will be included and there will be time for group discussion and questions.


  • Ailsa Dickie, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation
  • Associate Professor Christine Slade and Peter Rutherford, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation
  • Dr Rod Whybird, Student Complaints and Grievance Resolution

Who should attend

  • School and faculty academic integrity officers
  • Professional staff with academic integrity responsibilities 
  • Course coordinators
  • Lecturers
  • Tutors
  • Learning designers
  • Teaching support staff.

Benefits of attending

Session participants will:

  • get an update on prevention, detection and investigation processes, including available training and resources
  • learn within a small group environment and have their academic integrity questions answered
  • appreciate the serious implications of academic misconduct for students
  • establish connections with staff involved in misconduct processes across the University.

About Ready to Teach Week Sem 1 2023

Ready to Teach Week is a bi-annual event, consisting of online and in-person activities designed to help you prepare course materials for the upcoming semester.

For Ready to Teach Week Semester 1 2023:


Online (via Zoom)