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Kane Murdoch | Manager - Complaints, Appeals and Misconduct, Macquarie University, Australia

In this video, we chat with Kane Murdoch from Macquarie University about his role in academic misconduct management, the strength of the ‘partnership model’ in detecting, reporting and investigating student misconduct cases, plus strategies and tools to meaningfully reduce contract cheating.

Kane outlines the academic integrity model in place at Macquarie University, comprising a partnership that removes silos between academics and professional services staff by pairing academics’ unparalleled knowledge on pedagogy and their students’ needs with the investigative and regulatory skills held by professional services staff.

Kane also shares his view of technology as instrumental to the misconduct investigation process and how it complements the unique skill set of professional services staff in collecting evidence of student wrongdoing that can be substantiated.

How can institutions adopt the principles of a partnership model and mobilise resources to better tackle contract cheating? Watch the video to hear Kane’s advice. 

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