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Academic integrity means following a few simple precepts. Always do your own work, and when using someone else’s work, give them credit through a citation. … Academic integrity is important for a university for a number of reasons. The first is the culture of Academia. In academia, a person’s only source of wealth or prestige is their ideas. Academic…
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In the paper “Academic Integrity” the author analyzes the article “Exclusive: Doctors Cheated on Exams” by Zamost, explaining the integrity issues related to massive examination cheating by physicians in the country. The author expresses dismay on the level of academic dishonesty.… Integrity also affects a person’s success…
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Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
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City College of San Francisco (2011) defines plagiarism as a form academic misconduct where an individual represents other people’s idea as their own work, which leads to erroneous appraisal of a person’s work and can be equated to cheating. I have learnt a number of things… Proper paraphrasing should involve using your own word to express another person’s…
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Academic Integrity & Plagiarism
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Plagiarism is one of the major issues in the current educational scenario. Students who commit plagiarism ignore the negative impacts of this misconduct. Immediate access to information has both positive and negative effects on our academic culture. … Some of the fundamental values of academic integrity include fairness, honesty, trust, respect, and…
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Academic Integrity Seminar
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The author thinks there are many evils in the state of affairs, but that does not guarantee that human nature is bad. This is evidenced when the author says that receiving proper nourishment will… d) From the date and source of this reading, one can conclude that some cultures or communities had shared values they wanted to preserve. They shared core values…
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Academic Integrity: Changing the Perspective
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I understand that it was improper to act in the way I did, copying from the works of other students and claiming that it was my own research. I did not realize the scale… On the other hand, I had used the information, which was the intellectual property of other students, and copied it into my paper without acknowledging their contribution. I understand that…
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Unit 1 Forming Cohorts and Academic Integrity
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This involves submission of academic work that is a representation of an author’s original work supported with cited evidence. The author states his or her statement or idea and supports it with… Avoiding collaboration when doing academic work, unless instructed otherwise, is another way of fulfilling these rules (Capella University, 2014). I should further…
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Purdue Academic Integrity Seminar Questions
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This perspective is valid to the maximal extent because human thought process as well as their actions could be influenced and oriented by external factors including… [d] Some core values are broadly shared among people in diverse cultures, whether it is Chinese people in 3rd century BC, because human relationships bordered on same linearity, irrespective of…
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Address Academic Integrity
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Student A (female) Because so many people appear happier after eating chocolate, I would like to propose a new concept, chocolate-induced euphoria, which could be defined as a state of well-being and enhanced mood that follows shortly after the ingestion of various cocoa-based… Based on their observations, Teuscher, Valrhona, Lindt, Godiva, and Hershey (2012)…
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Academic Integrity & Plagiarism
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Kriszner states that plagiarism is a term used to define the act of obtaining one’s opinions and statements and then portraying them as one’s own original piece of opinions and statements (Kirszner 224). The term plagiarism has been derived from kidnapping which is a Latin… Plagiarism becomes unintentional when another human’s ideas as well as statements are…
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CASE 2 TUX 101 INFORMATION LITERACY AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
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They occur in many dissimilar forms, with changing degrees of practicality (Baker, 2014). In modern times, their space has… With so many of us pleasing in gaming as an interest, it is now commencing to adjust the world in ways that were never seen approaching (Baker, 2014). While scrutinizing and criticizing games like future soldier, ghost recon and modern…
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SLP 2 TUX 101 INFORMATION LITERACY AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
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Parenthood requires commitment and self-denial of various things that parents were engaging. The self-denial aims at providing the children the things that they require,… Unfortunately, owing to the dynamics in the contemporary society where both parents need to work in an effort to support each other in providing the demands of the family, there is limited…
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Academic & personal integrity Readings and Essays
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As the dean of admissions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, she had lied about her academic credentials, holding that she had acquired degrees from three upstate institutions of the New York which include Albany… The scandal has done a significant harm the dean, who for 28 years has dedicated her service to the university. Students loved her, and…
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Quiz - Ridley et al: Online Education: A Study of Academic Rigor and Integrity
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Quiz – Ridley et al: online education: a study of academic rigor and integrity The researchers of this particular research sought the opportunity to use their medium to critically study the rigorousness and level of integrity that accompanies online educational courses as against offline educational courses.… Rigor was studied as how effective and serious…
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Plagiarism and integrity
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Yet, broadly speaking, academic integrity refers to the degree to which a student represents his/her own work and the work of others; either… In short, the education that they are paying for and the years of their life that they are sacrificing are ultimately wasted if this is a habitual trait that will be exhibited again and again. Yet, there are many…
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Academic Honesty
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Academic honesty can be termed as the capacity of the students to make use of their own thoughts as well as materials while writing papers.It is expected from the students to be honest as well as ethical in their academic activity.… The main objective of academic honesty is to enlighten the students to become quite accountable and thus respect the works of…
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Importance on maintaining Academic Honesty
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This contributes to the problem facing faculties and educational institutions in maintaining academic integrity. Advancement in technology makes it easy to access information and connect to others.… This paper discusses the importance of academic integrity and honesty. Maintaining academic integrity in our institutions is extremely crucial. First, academic…
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Cheating
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Nowadays, Academic integrity has become trendy in some communities than in others. The variations in cultural values and the integrity constraints across different territories have been the cause for the gaps… Academic integrity refers to the responsibility and honesty in academics. Tutors use assignments to help them gauge whether a student has understood a…
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Continuing Academic Success
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In building the foundation to my career path as I continue pursuing my education, it is very essential to employ certain steps and commit a combination of skills. This essay focuses on the steps and skills I consider important to ensure my academic success. In pursuing academic… of objective formulation in education can be metaphorically represented by a…
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Academic and Professional Development
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In the recent past, studies and research practices have been increasing tremendously, in a bid to understand various emerging trends in diseases and ways of managing them effectively. In this case, there have been advances in clinical research, where different aspects of… A scholar-practitioner is a person that is actively involved in various types of research…
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Academic Honesty
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They request that all students do their own work and that they make sure that they do not cheat. They want to be sure that when they award a degree to a student that they have actually earned that degree.… Many students want to strive for the degree but they have difficulty maintaining academic honesty because of many factors. Many students must balance home,…
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Cheating and Integrity
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Cheating comes in different styles and forms. Gerdeman (2000) identified the different manifestation of cheating inside the classroom, specifically in the community colleges or universities such as cheating on exams, plagiarism, falsifying bibliographies.… Due to modern technology, people all over the globe can share and access different information. This…
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Academic Honesty, Who is responsible the student the teachers or the admission
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Many students’ engage in academic dishonesty by cheating in exam rooms. Some students plagiarize answers from the internet, or cheat among themselves. Students today are not concerned about what the…   According to McCabe, in his essay “it takes a village,” he considered the problem in African tribal way that it is the responsibility of the society or village…
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Academic Honesty
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Academic dishonesty in schools colleges and universities has reached epidemic proportions and has become a common concern for students, faculty and society. Cheating, plagiarism, collusion, dishonest conduct and abuse of academic resources have become rampant at all levels of… A society that lacks the basic moral value of honesty is weak and prevalent to…
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/Fostering Motivation, Civility, and Integrity
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Based on your readings about cheating and ethics (Chapter 7 and 26 in McKeachie), to what extent is it your ethical responsibility to deter cheating and encourage academic integrity? What specific things can you do in your classroom to achieve this? To encourage academic… ehind this principle is to establish a classroom culture wherein students would be more…
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