Prevention and early intervention: Two prongs in the approach to academic integrity education
Dr. Lesley Sefcik a Lecturer and Academic Integrity Advisor at Curtin University in Western Australia, discusses how prevention and early intervention can aid academic integrity
Dr. Lesley Sefcik is a Lecturer and Academic Integrity Advisor at Curtin University in Western Australia. She provides university-wide teaching, advice, and academic research within the field of academic integrity. Dr. Sefcik has an interdisciplinary education with a Phd in Environmental Science (University of Michigan), a Bachelor of Science in Biology (University of Michigan) and a Graduate Diploma in Education (Murdoch University). She is a registered secondary teacher in Western Australia has been awarded an Outstanding Teacher rating for the National Professional Standards for Teachers in all seven domains. Dr. Sefcik’s professional background is situated in Assessment and Quality Learning within the domain of Learning and Teaching. Current projects include the development and implementation of academic integrity related programs for students and staff at Curtin.
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