Students must respect others' intellectual property and understand what constitutes plagiarism. Where the work of others is used or relied upon, it must be properly acknowledged and authorship attributed in accordance with academic practice and must be referenced using an appropriate referencing convention. The School most commonly uses the Harvard style which should be used unless an alternative style is specified in the course syllabus. Guidance is readily available on Canvas and from the Library. Students are fully responsible for ensuring they are aware of the requirements for referencing and use the appropriate convention for the course.
Plagiarism, collusion and other forms of academic misconduct are not acceptable in any form and students may be subject to disciplinary action, which can result in the failure of the course and Programme.The School reserves the right to use technology to detect and/or follow up on cases of suspected academic misconduct, irrespective of the severity. Academic misconduct is not limited to plagiarism; refer to the Student Disciplinary Policy for further information.
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