Â The School and the University regards as a very serious matter the action of a student who acts dishonestly or improperly, including plagiarism or cheating, in connection with his or her academic work. Under University Regulation 6.1.1 â€œPlagiarismâ€ is defined as â€œâ€¦the presentation of the works of another person / other persons as though they are one's own by failing to properly acknowledge that person / those personsâ€. Plagiarism may take many forms including: â€¢direct copying of sentences, paragraphs or other extracts from someone elseâ€™s published work (including on the Internet and in software) without acknowledging the source; â€¢paraphrasing someone elseâ€™s words without acknowledging the source; â€¢using facts, information, ideas, concepts or diagrams derived from a source without acknowledging them; â€¢producing assignments which should be the studentâ€™s own independent work, in unauthorised collaboration with and/or using the work of other people (e.g. a student or tutor, or working in pairs or groups and producing similar assignments on individual assessment tasks â€¢not referencing accurately (e.g. not citing correctly the work you have actually read) OTHER UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR â€¢stealing and later using other students' work (e.g. taking discs, USBs, picking up other's marked assignments) â€¢recycling your own work / assignments or â€œdouble dippingâ€ (e.g. re-submitting whole or significant parts of assignments across units, across years or across courses) â€¢Assisting plagiarism - which may involve a student lending work (or by posting it on the Internet for sale) which is intended for submission for assessment, or which has already been submitted, so that it can be copied in part or whole and handed in by another student as that studentâ€™s own work. Students are warned against making assignments etc. available to others, as they then could be regarded as a contributor to plagiarism and may be penalised as if they themselves had committed an act of plagiarism. Students are expected to be proficient with referencing and must always acknowledge any sources for work that is not their own. Inadequate referencing of cited materials is considered to be plagiarism. Details of referencing can be found on the following University web address
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