Academic Integrity

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Bolton Business School |
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Student Number: 1310672 |
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    1. All completed assignments must be accompanied by this front cover sheet when submitted   2. Students are required to submit their work through Moodle to the Turnitin (http://www.submit.ac.uk), and submit an electronic copy via a CD to CIC.     3. All references must be fully cited in Harvard notation.   4. Plagiarism in any form will result in severe penalties.   5. Any late or non-submissions should be preceded by completion of a Mitigating Circumstances Form, or,   an Extension Request Form (up to 5 days only) available from CIC   6. Students who fail to submit assessments by the specified date (without an extension being granted or without accepted Mitigating Circumstances) will be subject to the following penalties:   * Up to 5 calendar days late = 10 marks subtracted but if the assignment would normally gain a pass mark, then the final mark to be no lower than 40%.   * Up to 10 calendar days late = 20 marks subtracted but if the assignment would normally gain a pass mark, then the final mark to be no lower than 40%.     * More than 10 calendar days late = 0 marks awarded. |
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. MAINBODY 2
2.1. THE CONCEPTS OF “ACADEMIC INTEGRITY”, “UNFAIR MEANS” AND “PLAGIARISM” 2
2.2. AN EVALUATION OF THE SCOPE OF PLAGIARISM IN HIGHER SCHOOL 3
2.3. A SYNTHESIS OF STATEGIES TO AVOID PLAGIARISM 5
3. CONCLUTION 6
4. REFERENCE LIST 7

  1. INTRODUCTION
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