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The University of Suffolk Student Guide to Academic Misconduct states:
As a student, you are expected to follow appropriate academic practices while you are at University of Suffolk.
Academic Misconduct refers to actions involving assessment that fall outside these expectations. Examples of Academic Misconduct include:
Plagiarism is when you present someone else’s work, words, images, ideas, opinions or discoveries, whether published or not, as your own. This also includes taking the artwork, images, creative practice or computer-generated work of others, without properly acknowledging where this is from or you do this without their permission.
You can commit plagiarism in examinations, but is most likely to happen in coursework, assignments, portfolios, essays, dissertations and so on.
Examples of plagiarism include:
It is important that you do not plagiarise – intentionally or unintentionally – because the work of others and their ideas are their own, and to use someone else’s work, words, images, ideas or discoveries is a form of theft.
Collusion occurs when two or more individuals collaborate to produce a piece of work to be submitted (in whole or in part) for assessment and the work is presented as the work of one student alone.
It is NOT collusion if students in a class are instructed or encouraged to work together to produce a shared piece of work.
However, if there is a requirement for the submitted work to be solely that of the individual, students will need to produce their own work. Students who, improperly, work together in these circumstances, are guilty of collusion.
Examples of collusion include:
Cheating is an academic offense because students who cheat aim to gain an unfair advantage over others.
Examples of cheating include:
Fraud occurs when someone has deliberately and knowingly allowed or paid another person to do their work, or sit an examination for them.
Examples of fraud include:
1:1 bookable appointments can be made with your Academic Skills Advisers for your subject area.
Students from Ipswich can book two appointments per week (if you are a student from the Learning Network, please contact your library) -
Appointments are scheduled in 30 minute slots.