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Academic integrity resources for students
The following links and resources are intended to provide you with everything you need to know about the principles, requirements and procedures related to academic integrity at Massey University. We encourage all students to familiarise themselves with the policy and to learn more about the requirements of academic integrity when working in a scholarly context.
University Policy and Regulations
- Student Academic Integrity Policy
- Procedures for Managing Breaches of Academic Integrity
- Student Disciplinary Regulations
Educational resources on academic integrity
- OWLL - plagiarism In addition to a section on plagiarism OWLL covers academic writing.
- Curtin University’s excellent booklet on Academic Integrity focuses on plagiarism and has examples of acceptable and unacceptable paraphrasing.
- Plagiarism in depth developed by plagiarism dot OR. This site has helpful FAQs, definitions and lists of types of plagiarism.
- Preventing plagiarism– check out the student views on what plagiarism means to them. This site is hosted by the London Metropolitan University.
- Online plagiarism tutorial - test your knowledge is another site to check your knowledge of plagiarism, developed by the University of Southern Mississippi.
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Last updated on Tuesday 22 November 2016