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Academic integrity: supporting original work 2022040W is a Course

Academic integrity: supporting original work 2022040W

Feb 23 - Dec 31, 2022


Full course description

Date and time

Wednesday 23 February 2022, 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Delivery mode

Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event


This learning event is right for you if you are a secondary school teacher who wants to know more about academic integrity, different forms of plagiarism and learn what strategies you can use to implement and enforce academic integrity in your classroom.



This free one-hour webinar will explore what academic integrity is, why it is important for both institutions and students, what the new and emerging forms of plagiarism are, and how you can educate, implement and enforce academic integrity in the physical or online classroom.

With unfettered access to information and ideas in the digital age, educator guidance can support students to develop good habits when it comes to citing, paraphrasing and producing honest, original work.

(Academic Integrity) ‘is the center of morale in classrooms and lecture halls and the key to establishing competent and capable global citizens.’

Audrey Campbell, Senior Content Manager, Turnitin

This learning event supports creating best practice toward meeting the following VRQA standard(s):

  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Monitoring and reporting on students’ performance                                   


Key takeaways               

  • recognition of why academic integrity is so important to learning outcomes
  • understanding of the many ways in which plagiarism can occur
  • strategies to support students in avoiding academic misconduct and producing their best, original work.


Presenter information

Mackenzie Woeste        

Mackenzie Woeste is Turnitin’s New Client Manager, assisting schools to address their academic integrity needs and helping educators save time and boost efficiencies in their assignment and assessment delivery. Having graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing degree, Mackenzie moved to Melbourne where she started her career working in McGraw Hill in the education industry. At McGraw Hill, she worked closely with educators assisting them in the assessment, curriculum and digital learning landscape.

Brenton Wyett               

Brenton Wyett is Turnitin’s New Business Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. Commencing the role in February 2020, Brenton is responsible for helping secondary education institutions and the vocational education and training sector to address their academic integrity and assessment needs. Prior to joining Turnitin, for over 9 years, Brenton was a secondary school teacher in Melbourne. He also has more than 20 years’ experience in strategic planning, business development and sales, across diverse Asia Pacific markets including Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Korea, for companies such as Computelec, Edsoft, Autodesk and Oracle.

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