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Forms of academic dishonesty that undermine

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Unformatted text preview: n plagiarized sources are assigned materials. Plagiarism includes the submission of any assignment by two or more students who were not assigned by the professor to complete the work together. Any instance in which a student turns in an assignment, written in whole or part by another person, as if it were the student’s sole work will result in a report to the Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability. In other words, if two students hand in papers that include at least one sentence of non- quoted material that consists of the exact same wording, which are not inside quotation marks, the instance will result in a report to the Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability. For additional information and examples, see the Plagiarism Section of the Student Code. 4 At LSU, self- plagiarism also may be considered a form of academic dishonesty. Self- plagiarism occurs when an author reuses the author’s own writing from one paper or article in another paper or article. Such plagiarism also may include one author’s submission of a paper or segments of a paper for multiple classes when the student has not received prior approval from each instructor. A report will be sent to the Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability if such plagiarism is observed. Cheating Cheating includes the use of any non- approved materials for the completion of an assignment or exam. If a student has another person complete his/her assignment or exam, that act constitutes cheating. If a student copies another’s work on an assignment or an exam, that can be considered cheating. If a student submits an assignment that includes work completed for credit in another course without receiving prior permission from both courses’ instructors, that act also will be considered cheating. If a student allows another student to use his or her work on an assignment or exam, that also can be considered a form of cheating. A report will be sent to the Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability if cheating is observed. IMPORTANT: Any incorporation of another person's words or ideas in your writing must be clearly presented as the words or ideas provided by the source in which you found the information. Proper citation...
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