How do I ensure my own Academic Integrity?
You can achieve Academic Integrity by honestly submitting work that is your own. Presenting work that fails to acknowledge other people’s work within yours can compromise Academic Integrity.
It is a form of cheating, known as plagiarism, to use another’s work without appropriate acknowledgment.
All work produced must acknowledge the sources of ideas presented and cite the original written work which informed it.
Plagiarism may occur in oral, written or visual presentations. It is the presentation of the work, idea or creation of another person, without appropriate referencing, as though it is your own.
It is also a disciplinary offence for you to allow your work to be plagiarised by another student. You are responsible for keeping your work in a secure place.
Plagiarism covers a variety of inappropriate behaviours, including:
You must reference the following types of information:
Thoughts, ideas, definitions or theories
Research and other studies
Information from the Internet, including images and media
If you don’t reference information in your work, it is assumed that:
To maintain Academic Integrity:
Participants must not:
Detection of Plagiarism
The following may be utilised to detect plagiarism: