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Plagiarism, collusion, falsification and replication Plagiarism

Posted By Trent Cole     November 23, 2021    
This is where a student include another person's or body's work by unacknowledged quotation, paraphrase, postiche or other device in any work submitted for evaluation in a way which suggests that it is the student’s original work.

If you quote someone else’s work you must put the words you quote in inverted commas.

Note, plagiarism includes ‘poor referencing’ or ‘no referencing’.

This is the collaboration without official approbation between two or more students (or between a student[s] and another person[s]), in the presentation of work which is posted as the work of a single student; or where a students allows or permits their work to be incorporated in, or represented as, the work of another student.

This would include letting someone see your work prior to submission, storing your work where someone can get even unauthorized access to it, lending it to someone as a hard copy or on disk, perhaps to hand it in for you, or working together and submitting very similar work for an individually assessed assignment.

This is where the content of any evaluative work has been invented or falsely represent by the student as their own work.

This where a student submits the same or similar piece of work on more than one occasion for assessment to gain academic credit.

Of particular concern in recent years are Plagiarism and Collusion.

If you fail to cite references for ALL of your sources of information (including ideas and diagrams – not just what you quote), you may find yourself facing an academic misconduct panel for plagiarism.
If you quote someone else’s work you must put the words you quote in inverted commas.
If another person gets access to your work (even accidentally), you could find yourself facing a panel for collusion.
The University imposes serious penalties if you do not comply with good academic practices, whether that be intentional or not.

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Plagiarism, collusion, falsification and replication Plagiarism
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