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Updated anti-cheating resources available

10 February 2022

TEQSA is continuing to work with the sector to strengthen cultures of academic integrity within higher education and to reduce the integrity risk posed by commercial academic cheating services.

We have updated some of our downloadable resources, including slides that can be added to a presentation and posters for display on campus.

Our focus with these materials is raising awareness that it is illegal to promote or sell academic cheating services to students studying at an Australian higher education provider.

Later this month, TEQSA will be launching a social media campaign on Facebook and Instagram to broaden engagement with students about this issue. We welcome any and all support in helping us spread this message to new and returning higher education students.

Our Protecting Academic Integrity website also has a range of resources including the Good Practice Note, Academic Integrity Toolkit and other materials to support institutions and academics to strengthen cultures of academic integrity and better detect cheating on assessments.

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