×From Monday, 30 March, all classes will be held online.
Our campus facilities are still available for you, in particular our computer laboratories and study spaces. And staff will still be on campus – albeit in smaller numbers – to ensure these facilities are available for you, and the campus stays safe.
Develop student’s academic writing and research skills Refer students to the Student Learning Centre or Library help desk
Construct course and assessment design that promotes learning and discourages misconduct Academic integrity for staff is a FLO site that contains resources to support course and assessment design, a self-paced online tutorial, and a practice text-matching
Use text-matching software
Flinders University has a licence for using text-matching software via Flinders Learning Online (FLO). Staff are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure that they are familiar with the use of text matching software and the interpretation
of text-matching similarity reports, as, all text-based student assignments are subject to text-matching. In special circumstances exemptions may
be granted. A self-paced on-line tutorial is available for staff to familiarise themselves with general principles
and practices around academic integrity as well as the interpretation of similarity reports produced by text-matching software. This tutorial is equivalent to the face-to-face academic integrity workshop that is offered by the University.