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Academic Integrity Steering Group (AISG)

The AISG was established following Council approval of the Terms of Reference on 9 February 2022. The Terms of Reference can be found below. The group is co-chaired by the Dean of Graduate Studies and the Senior Lecturer/Dean of Undergraduate Studies.

This website will provide updates to the College community on the activites of the Academic Integrity Steering Group.

Terms of Reference

  • To develop a statement of principles for academics, professional staff, and students which clarifies the meaning and importance of integrity within Trinity as an academic institution and how these principles relate to its core values.
  • To work with units in College to ensure that academic integrity is supported by: (i) nationally and internationally benchmarked pedagogical resources and practices for teachers, learners and researchers at all stages (UG, PGT, PGR, staff) and (ii) the governance structures of the university.
  • To review and improve policies and processes relating to academic conduct and misconduct (including but not limited to plagiarism and cheating) and to ensure that these are aligned with the statement of principles on institutional integrity and benchmarked against national and international best practice.
  • To develop proposals to promote a culture of awareness that academic integrity is essential to our core value of responsibility, across the range of our activities, from undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and learning to research and administration.