Professor Ann Rogerson SFHEA is the Associate Dean (Education) at the Faculty of Business and Law at University of Wollongong (Australia). Holding degrees in Management and Higher Education, she researches issues related to the detection and prevention of academic integrity issues such as student file sharing and identifying contract cheating through textual patterns and use of turnitin®. She is the lead author on peer to peer file sharing in the Handbook of Academic Integrity, and publishes on the topics of detection, interventions and paraphrasing tool use. From a governance perspective, she designs and implements policies, and investigates allegations of academic integrity. She chairs the institutional Academic Advisory Group, provides training on student and staff processes and is called upon to review academic integrity policy and curriculum for other institutions.  Her other work includes membership on the editorial board of the International Journal for Educational Integrity (IJEI), the editorial group for the ICAI 30th anniversary reader, and a sought reviewer for academic integrity matters across a wide range of disciplines. Ann is also on the International Scientific Panel for the European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI), and on the Executive Advisory Board for the UAE Centre for Academic Integrity. Ann's views are her own.