Plagiarism & Academic Integrity
Academic integrity is the moral code or ethical policy of academia. It ensures instructors, students, researchers, and other members of the academic community act responsibly and are honest, trustworthy, fair, and respectful. There will be serious consequences if you do not adhere to these ethical policies at university and in your professional career.
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Learn about the different forms of academic misconduct why universities take academic integrity so seriously.
Understand academic integrity policies, procedures, and penalties.
Appreciate the impact that academic integrity and copyright can have on your career.
Identify strategies to avoid plagiarism.
What is academic integrity?
What is academic misconduct?
What is academic cheating?
What is collusion?
What is plagiarism?
Why do universities take academic misconduct so seriously?
What is copyright infringement?
What strategies are used to avoid plagiarism?
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