Academic integrity

As scholars, we develop our ideas by critically engaging with the work of others. Without this engagement, you cannot write a good academic piece.

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Why it matters

As scholars, we develop our ideas by critically engaging with the work of others. The principle of academic integrity is that when we write and...
Plagiarism spectrum from poor practice to deliberate cheating

Plagiarism

Plagiarism occurs when academic integrity principles are not followed. Plagiarism can take a range of forms, from accidental through to deliberate...

Using sources

Referencing is about acknowledging other people's thoughts, ideas, theories or data. There are generally three types of information in your work:...
A Harvard reference broken down in its parts

Referencing

The purpose of referencing is to show where the information you use comes from. Given this purpose, the first principle is to provide enough...
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Turnitin

Turnitin is an online text matching tool accessed through Wattle designed to assist you with your academic writing. In particular, it helps to ensure...