Academic integrity is a commitment to being honest, fair and respectful to others in your academic community throughout your studies. This includes properly acknowledging other people's ideas in your work, not cheating in exams, taking responsibility for doing your work yourself and encouraging our peers to do the same.
One of the key skills you will need to develop as you study on your degree course is how to properly acknowledge other people's ideas in your work. This is called citing and referencing, and is a core part of academic integrity. The workshops below will help you to better understand why this is such an integral part of academic study and how to do it properly.
Celebrate your skills development achievements with digital badges from Badgr.
There are 3 badges that you can earn:
Attend 3 Spotlight workshops to earn a brilliant BRONZE badge!
Attend 6 Spotlight workshops to earn a stunning SILVER badge!
Or go for a glorious GOLD badge by attending 10 Spotlight workshops!
All of the badges can be downloaded and shared on your social media profiles as proof of your commitment to continuing professional development.