Policies, guidelines and procedures

Learning and Teaching on the Policy Hub

Critical academic policies checklist

Student Academic Conduct
Circumstance: Cheating and plagiarism, academic dishonesty
Covers: Dishonest practice

Resolution of Student Academic Disputes and Complaints
Circumstance: Allegations of unfair treatment, impasses between students and supervisors
Covers: Flagging, resolving and escalating a complaint

Enhancement and Evaluation of Teaching and Courses Policy
Circumstance: Professional development, academic promotion
Covers: Student feedback, assistance and resources for staff

Assessment of Student Learning Policy
Circumstance: Designing assessment
Covers: Principles for assessment, different types of assessment and their purpose

Instructions to Examiners and Assessors (2017) for staff only
Circumstance: Academic roles in courses and exams, disputed results, special passes
Covers: Assessment  for coursework, theses and dissertations

Class Representation Policy
Circumstance: Student participation in school activities, class representation roles
Covers: ToR, membership and procedures for Staff Student Consultative Committees

Academic honesty, plagiarism and copyright

Information for students

Information for staff (including link to Register of Academic Misconduct)

Copyright at Auckland



Staff - Student Consultative Committees and the Class Representative System

Student Academic Complaints and Disputes

Enhancement and Evaluation of Teaching and Courses

Template for course outlines

Guidelines for effective teaching

Information Literacy: Guidelines and Principles

Inclusive Teaching and Learning Guidelines

Learning and Teaching Continuity Planning

Academic staff

Academic programmes - guidelines for preparing proposals and amendments

Academic Timetable Policy

Regulations and statutes

For further information see calendar and regulations.

Research and supervision

For a complete list of policies, guidelines and forms for postgraduate students, see Postgraduate policies, guidelines and forms.

Wayfinding Document for Students in Work-based Learning or Employment

Guidelines have been developed that help students to prepare for the workplace can be found here. These include the avenues for advice and support on employment-related issues available to students.