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Exploring Academic Integrity - A Self-Guided Tutorial

A tutorial to guide you through the concepts of Academic Integrity and your obligations as a student.

5 - Review

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By participating in the scholarly conversation, you produce new knowledge and intellectual property. Your thoughts belong to you, and successful academic discourse protects those rights and respects those of others scholars.

The rest of this tutorial will guide you through successful engagement in the scholarly conversation. We will start with the following module, on the fundamental concepts of attribution and citation.

 

 

 

 

 

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