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Academic Integrity

From the ANU Student Handbook:

Academic dishonesty is any form of giving, taking, or prescribing of information or material with intent to gain an unfair advantage in an academic setting. Forms of dishonesty include, but are not limited to, cheating, plagiarism, and aiding and abetting others to cheat or plagiarize. 

Cheating is defined as 

  • Copying another student's answer while completing any class assignment or during in-class and take-home examinations. 
  • Using notes, books, or unauthorized aids (i.e., smartphones, iPads, etc) during an examination.
  • Discussing answers during an in-class examination
  • Submitting another student's work as one's own
  • Stealing another students work.