The University of Northampton supports the development of students' academic practice. This is achieved through collaborative academic integrity campaigns sponsored by the Students' Union and Student and Academic Services, and through School Academic Integrity and Misconduct Officers (SAIMOs), who provide support across the Schools.
Centrally, the Institute of Learning and Teaching supports capacity development among academic staff for addressing academic integrity within their teaching practice. This work is underpinned by a thorough annual review of the Academic Integrity and Misconduct Policy and input from the Academic Integrity Working Group.
Useful resources for staff
In this video, Rachel Maxwell and Rachel Fitzgerald talk through the Academic Integrity and Misconduct process as laid out in the AIM Policy, with a particular focus on the role of the tutor (whether at UN or at one of our Education with Others partners).
Watch these videos to learn more...
Bethany Alden Rivers talks about the University's Academic Integrity Campaign.
Kate Coulson talks about how the Centre for Achievement and Performance (CfAP) supports students' academic integrity.
Kelly Smith talks about her role as a School Academic Integrity and Misconduct Officer (SAIMO).
Sarah Lee talks about academic integrity from a students' perspective.