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About Academic Integrity
Academic integrity comprises all forms of scholarly honesty. Examples include plagiarism, cheating in any test or examination, submitting an assignment written by another person, presenting work that has been falsified, and so on. The principles underpinning the University's Academic Integrity Policy are primarily educative:
- to teach students skills and practice related to information literacy and academic integrity, and
- to develop staff’s understanding of how to integrate the principles of academic integrity and information literacy into their teaching.
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Last updated on Monday 22 July 2019