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Plagiarism & academic misconduct

Plagiarism

The College regards plagiarism as any appropriation of the ideas or expressions of another without relevant and appropriate acknowledgment.  This includes un-attributed appropriation of text or content and may extend to improper referencing. Plagiarism will not be tolerated in any course and all discovered instances would be pursued to the full extent allowable under the rules.

Where students have doubts as to how to deal with or acknowledge source materials in course assignments they should consult the lecturer or tutor.

The penalties and administrative procedures regarding plagiarism are incorporated in the Code of Practice for Student Academic Integrity.

The Academic integrity page contains details about this process including the Course Convenor Academic Integrity Flowchart and Checklist.

On-line material discussing plagiarism and referencing styles is available on the Learning development website.

Academic misconduct

Incidents of academic misconduct are taken very seriously by the University and the College and are dealt with under the ANU Discipline Rules.

Academic Misconduct includes, among other acts, acting dishonestly or unfairly including plagiarism in relation to an assessment for admission or the presentation or preparation of assignments for assessment.

In relation to an examination academic misconduct includes cheating, plagiarism, taking a prohibited document into an examination.

Students who have allegedly engaged in behaviour that can be construed as academic misconduct may be required to have the allegations heard by a discipline inquiry under the ANU Discipline Rules.

Possible outcomes of an allegation being considered by a discipline inquiry may include cancellation of a passing grade in a course, termination of enrolment or candidature in a program of study, suspension from study for 12 months or sometimes exclusion from the University.

Updated:   17 February 2017 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team