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This intervention took place in a second year, intermediate elective in the Bachelor of Business in International Tourism Management. The longer-term intention is to embed the activity in a core law unit, which would be an appropriate permanent home for the activity given that ethics is taught within this unit.The purpose...
This intervention took place in a second year, intermediate elective in the Bachelor of Business in International Tourism Management. The longer-term intention is to embed the activity in a core law unit, which would be an appropriate permanent home for the activity given that ethics is taught within this unit.
The purpose intervention is to build on academic skills development covered in first year units and to raise awareness of the link between ethical behaviour and academic integrity. This powerpoint presentation is to be used for discussion following the quiz about ethics and ethical reasoning is also available.
The materials associated with this activity include teaching notes and a scenario-based student quiz. The quiz includes a set of five scenarios, presented as conundrums, that students complete prior to class. The scenarios introduce students to Academic Integrity and its application in a variety of possible contexts they might encounter in their study.
Prepared as part of the Australian Office of Teaching and Learning project Working from the Centre: Supporting unit/course coordinators to implement academic integrity policies, resources and scholarship.
Support for this activity has been provided by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching. The views expressed in this activity do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching