The Academic Integrity Advisory Group informs QAA’s activity in protecting academic integrity. The purpose of the Advisory Group is to provide expert advice and opinion, on behalf of the sector, on policy development and activities to protect academic integrity in UK higher education.
The remit of the Group is to:
- share good practice in promoting academic integrity and identify areas of existing or potential threat to academic integrity, including offering advice on action to combat such threats
- promote activity to uphold academic integrity, such as providing information and advice for staff, students and wider stakeholders
- provide a point of coordination for discussion and action on academic integrity activity in UK higher education.
Membership of the Academic Integrity Advisory Group is drawn from institutions who hold QAA Membership from across the UK. We aim to include different types of higher education provider.
Our primary aim is to ensure the Group includes individuals with expertise in academic integrity who will help to underpin our work to benefit all of our members and the wider sector. Consistent with our embedded approach to student engagement, the Group includes two student members, one of whom is a current member of QAA’s Student Strategic Advisory Committee.
|Dr Robin Crockett||University of Northampton|
|Professor Sandie Dann||Loughborough University|
|Sally Dixon||Education Partnership North East|
|Professor Michael Draper||Swansea University|
|Dr Irene Glendinning||Coventry University|
|Dr Thomas Lancaster||Imperial College London|
|Steph Lomas||University of Central Lancashire|
|Chrystalle Margallo||London Metropolitan University|
|Professor Tim McIntyre-Bhatty||Bournemouth University|
|Jack Medlin||Keele University Students’ Union|
|Professor Clare Peddie||University of St Andrews|
|Dr Mike Reddy||University of South Wales|
|Helen Smallbone||Edgehill University|
The Academic Integrity Advisory Group normally meets three times throughout the academic year, including one meeting with the wider Academic Integrity Network.
Academic Integrity Network
The Academic Integrity Advisory Group is supported by a wider Academic Integrity Network. The Network enables stakeholders to meet, learn about QAA work in academic integrity, and share intelligence with Advisory Group members. Membership of the Network
includes sector bodies with a commitment to promoting academic integrity, as well as representation from funders, regulators and governments from all four nations of the UK.
|Charlotte Corrish||Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA)|
|Jack Ford||Scottish Government|
|Richard Garrett||The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual)|
|Derek Horsburgh||Scottish Funding Council (SFC)|
|Claire Jamieson||Scottish Government|
|David Morris||Welsh Government|
|Professor Mehdi Nazarinia||Heriot-Watt University Dubai|
|Dr Cliona O’Neill||Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW)|
|David Rooney||Department for Economy for Northern Ireland|
|Dr Charlotte Snelling||Universities UK|
|Janet Ward||Department for Education|
If you’d like to know more about our Academic Integrity work, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.