How long does academic misconduct stay on your record?
Academic Integrity disciplinary records are kept for a minimum of seven (7) years except in cases of minor and non-recurring academic integrity infractions, which are expunged upon reward of degree.
Why is turnitin highlighting my references?
Turnitin will highlight ANY matching material in a paper—even if it is properly quoted and cited. Just because it appears as unoriginal does not mean it is plagiarized; it just means that the material matches something in the Turnitin databases.
How do you demonstrate academic integrity?
What is academic integrity?
- using information appropriately, according to copyright and privacy laws.
- acknowledging where the information you use comes from.
- not presenting other people’s work as your own.
- conducting research ethically, in line with the University’s regulations.
- reporting truthfully on your research.
What is academic integrity violation?
Cheating: Using or attempting to use unauthorized assistance, information or study aids in any academic exercise. Copying answers from or looking at another student’s exam. Accessing or possessing any material not expressly permitted during an exam, such as crib sheets, notes, books.
What is academic integrity value?
Academic integrity is defined as: ‘a commitment, even in the face of adversity, to six fundamental values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage. A provider’s policy framework should cover the preservation of academic integrity by both staff and students.
What happens if you breach academic integrity?
Academic misconduct occurs when students seeks to gain an unfair or unjustified academic advantage in a course or unit of study. Breaches include plagiarism, collusion and cheating. Evidence of academic integrity breach cases will be retained for a period of 7 years.