Academic Integrity Module (AIM)

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What is it?

The AIM100 (Academic Integrity Module) will introduce you to MIT’s values and its academic integrity standards so you are informed about how to avoid plagiarism and academic misconduct. You will complete 5 parts which have a number of academic misconduct cases, that require you to make decisions and choose pathways. These scenarios provide you with some insight into likely consequences of academic misconduct and academic integrity decisions. You will do 5 quizzes.

How do you enrol in it?

If you are a commencing undergraduate or postgraduate  student, you will see AIM100 in your Moodle. You will be expected to complete the AIM100 as part of your course requirements. It is best to do it as soon as possible - you are expected to have it completed by the end of the first week of your first trimester, if you have not completed the module successfully by week 5, you may have your grades withheld.

How can you pass the AIM?

There are no credit points for the AIM100, but you must successfully complete it by Week 5. You can repeat the AIM100 as many times as needed until you successfully complete it.

It takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.

Where can I get help?

Find more detailed questions and answers about completing AIM100 by contacting the MIT Centre of Learning (CoL) on your campus.

 

Melbourne Campus:

Centre of Learning
Level 4
centreoflearning@mit.edu.au

Sydney Campus:

Centre of Learning
Level 6
centreoflearning.syd@mit.edu.au

 

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