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Academic Honesty and Personal Intergrity
Knowing the conventions of academic writing and scholarly research is important for personal, intellectual, and professional reasons. Ask your instructor or a librarian for help.
Article IV.1 of the Student Code of Conduct lists infractions related to the misuse of academic style and citation conventions.
The OWL Defines Plagiarism
Purdue OWL: Avoiding Plagiarism
Pages from the once-renowned Purdue University Online Writing Lab about understanding and avoiding plagiarism. Ignore the ads, use the content.
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Click below for a lesson on ethical library research
NSULA Academic Honor Code
from the Code of Conduct, located within the Student Handbook.
Article IV. Infractions. Section 1.
1.0 Academic Infractions.
1.1 Collaborating, conspiring or cooperating during an examination with any other
person by giving or receiving information without authority.
1.2 Copying or obtaining information from another student’s examination paper.
1.3 “Duplicity” defined as the offering for credit identical or substantially unchanged work in two or more courses without approval in advance by the instructor(s).
1.4 “Plagiarism” defined as the use of any other person’s work and the unacknowledged incorporation of that work in one’s own work in fulfillment of academic requirements.
1.5-1.11 are about cheating on exams.
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They Say / I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing by
Call Number: PE1431 .G73 2006 at Watson
Publication Date: 2006
How to use library sources honestly
21st Century Education, vol. 2 by
Call Number: Available in GVRL
Publication Date: 2008
Chapter 95 (pp. 416-23) is a brief scholarly overview of cheating and plagiarism.