academic dishonesty

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academic dishonesty

Intentional participation in deceptive practices in one’s academic work or the work of others. Examples include cheating, fraud, plagiarism, or falsification of research results.
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Generally recognized as a form of intellectual and academic misconduct, plagiarism entails "the appropriation of another person's ideas, processes, results or words without giving appropriate credit.
The university provides advice and training for staff on how to detect and deal with academic misconduct, as well as how to support students in developing good academic skills and avoiding plagiarism.
Glyndwr, which has around 8,000 students enrolled, recorded 33 proven academic misconduct cases in 2013.
Academic misconduct and unethical behaviors in practice by nurses and nursing students can have potentially serious effects for patients.
The violations, lasting more than a decade under Boeheim's watch, involved academic misconduct, extra benefits and the university's drug-testing policy, according to a March 6 report by the NCAA Committee on Infractions.
The student code addresses student violations including alcohol and drug use, academic misconduct, cheating, plagiarism, forgery, computer violations, theft, trespass, disruptive behavior, destruction of property, harassment, physical assault and sexual misconduct.
While faculty are committed to maintaining nursing education's integrity, no comprehensive, evidence-based summary of successful faculty practices was found in the literature to assist faculty in confronting academic misconduct.
Academic misconduct and instances of cheating contribute to the inaccurate assessment of a student's knowledge base.
While faculty members often believe that they are the only line of defense against academic misconduct, the literature above suggests that students may play the most important role.
And the problem of academic misconduct affected every university across the region, new figures show.
According to the study that conducted on academic misconduct in Croatia showed Senior students tend to plagiarised more than junior students [5].
The idea to combat academic misconduct came in part to maintain and strengthen the university's reputation, he added.
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