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Academic integrity means honesty in your studies, acknowledging the work of others and giving credit where you have used other people's ideas. Plagiarism means presenting someone else's work as your own, even with their consent.
Plagiarism is wholly unacceptable and is treated by the University of Nottingham as an academic offence, comparable to cheating in exams.
If plagiarism is discovered, it not only makes the student concerned liable to serious penalties, but raises questions about personal integrity. However, sometimes what appears to be intentional plagiarism can be the result of failing to follow standard methods of acknowledging the source of words, ideas and diagrams in your work.
You may be asked to sign your submitted work to show you have read and understood the University regulations on plagiarism as outlined in the Quality Manual and the School Course Handbook.
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