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Academic Integrity & Plagiarism: Understanding Academic Integrity

These resources offer tips for a better understanding of the importance of academic integrity and plagiarism.

academic integrity

Academic Integrity is a commitment to "five fundamental values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility."
from the International Center for Academic Integrity


 

CCAC Student Code of Academic Conduct

Student Code of Academic Conduct

“Students are expected to uphold appropriate standards of academic integrity. The college assumes, and indeed views as indispensable to a student’s academic career, the principle that every student is honor-bound not to cheat or act dishonorably in or out of the classroom. Academic dishonesty is a serious offense because it undermines the bonds of trust and honesty among members of the campus community.”

 

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