The dangers of contract cheating are well known, but did you know sharing your work is also a breach of academic integrity?
Even with the best intentions, you should never share your individual assignment with anyone. The exceptions are your CQUniversity teaching team or academic support services, such as academic learning advisors, library staff or Studiosity.
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University study can be an exciting yet challenging experience. Whilst it’s normal to seek support along the way, don’t be fooled by offers of ‘Homework Help’.
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Contract cheating services, otherwise known as ‘essay mills’, ‘paper mills’, ‘assignment help’ or ‘homework completion services’, use sophisticated business models to target students.
These services blackmail students by threatening to provide details of the student cheating to their university if they do not pay them additional money.
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Melissa McInerney moved to Australia in 2013 from a small town in Tipperary, Ireland. She began her studies in Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) in 2020, while fighting a personal battle with Endometriosis.
This is her story.
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CQUniversity values academic honesty and integrity.
Academic integrity means acting with honesty, trust, fairness, respect and courage. It’s about protecting the quality of student learning, the credibility of your assessments and qualifications, and ultimately the reputation of CQUniversity, its courses and graduates.
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From March 2021, CQUniversity will not be renewing its SurveyMonkey subscription, given the August 2020 release of its preferred platform, Qualtrics.
This means that from March 2021, you will not be able to access SurveyMonkey with CQUniversity’s subscription or retrieve any data.
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Certification of Grades refers to the date that final grades or interim results are released to students. On this date, a process occurs during which the final grades or interim results for each HE unit are released for that term.
The Certification of Grades date for each term can be found in the Key Dates calendar of the CQUni Handbook. For Term 2 2021, grades will be released on Friday, 5 November.
Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions about Certification of Grades…
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Starting university can be overwhelming at the best of times, not to mention in the middle of a global pandemic.
In 2020, the ever-changing restrictions meant we could not host our usual face-to-face Orientation events, instead we delivered Orientation Our Way, a personalised, Orientation experience.
In Term 1 2021, we are excited to continue Orientation Our Way with the introduction of some on-campus social events. This term Orientation combines opportunities to tune-in, come-in, and drop-in.
At the heart of Orientation Our Way, is Orientation TV (OTV). In this blog, we’ve asked our events team to answer some of your burning questions about OTV and explain why it’s the best way to prepare for your first term.
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In Term 1, 2021 CQUni is delivering a personalised online Orientation experience, giving you more session options and the flexibility to learn about the topics that matter to you.
The interactive and personalised program will connect you with lecturers, support staff, alumni, and your fellow students, online and on-campus. Whether you’re a new or continuing student, there’s something for everyone with Orientation Our Way.
To create your personalised Orientation schedule:
- Register for Orientation TV.
- Register for the optional Orientation Boost drop-in sessions.
- Register for the optional on-campus social events.
- Complete the Countdown to CQUni Moodle unit.
Keep reading to find out more…
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The CQUni Aspire Student Leadership Conference is a highlight of the annual CQUni events calendar. With the shift to online as a result of COVID-19, this will be the first year the conference is run in a virtual format, making it more accessible and flexible than ever before!
To find out more about this year’s conference, we asked organiser and host Tanya Rutherford to explain how it will work and what to expect.
Continue reading Chart your own career path at the Student Leadership Conference