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How to avoid plagiarism – good time management (don't wait until the last minute) and reference your information.
Possible consequences from plagiarism:
II. Available Academic Penalties – from 18.1.16 Student Standards of Academic Integrity
The following academic penalties may be assessed at the instructor’s discretion upon determination that academic dishonesty has occurred. Admonitions and educational assignments are not appealable.
A. Admonition. The student may be issued a verbal or written warning.
B. Assignment of Educational Coursework. The student may be required to perform additional coursework not required of other students in the specific course.
C. Partial or no credit for an assignment or assessment. The instructor may award partial or no credit for the assignment or assessment on which the student engaged in academic dishonesty, to be calculated into the final course grade.
D. Course Failure. The instructor may assign a failing grade for the course.
Should the procedure for appeal of a case of academic dishonesty extend beyond the date when the instructor submits course grades for the semester, the student will be assigned a grade that reflects the penalty, which shall be adjusted, as appropriate, at the conclusion of any appeal process.
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