Academic Honesty - 1.

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1. 2.7. Academic honesty, plagiarism, legitimate cooperation and group work Commencing students should complete the academic honesty module available via Blackboard before their first assessment submission. Students should refer to Faculty and University policies on academic dishonesty and plagiarism ( http://sydney.edu.au/business/currentstudents/student_information/student_administra tion_manual ), copyright http://sydney.edu.au/senate/policies/Intellectual_Property_Rule.pdf and the ‘All your own work website’ ( http://sydney.edu.au/secretariat/students/plagiarism_index.shtml ) for information about legitimate cooperation, group work, how to reference correctly and how to avoid plagiarism. Academic honesty is important to protect students' right to receive due credit for work submitted for assessment. It is clearly unfair for students to submit work for assessment that dishonestly represents the work of others as their own and gain marks and degrees, which are not based on their own efforts and abilities. Deliberate breaches of
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