BU1105 and BU1805_Subject Outline_JCUB_SP23_2016 (2).docx

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Referencing is a systematic way of acknowledging the sources that you have used. Students should check out the very helpful online resources relating to academic writing, referencing and avoiding plagiarism at: Writing and Maths Skills Online (In particular, the booklet Summarising, Paraphrasing & Avoiding Plagiarism is a very useful guide). The Referencing Libguide What is Plagiarism? 4.3 Important advice relating to examinations If you experience difficulties or serious circumstances before or up to the day of your exam, which you believe may affect your ability to sit the exam successfully or perform at your best, you can apply for special consideration in the marking of your exam. Please see the JCU Special Consideration, Supplementary, Deferred and Special Examinations Requirements If you are unable to attend an exam at the scheduled time due to extenuating circumstances/circumstances beyond your control, you may apply for a deferred exam. Deferred exams are granted in exceptional circumstances such as severe medical conditions or family or personal trauma . For further information, visit College of Business, Law & Governance Subject Code: BU1105 / BU1805 Page 12
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4.4 Student support James Cook University is committed to ensuring people with disabilities, injuries, illnesses or health conditions are able to participate to the fullest possible extent in the educational programs offered by the University and all other aspects of University life. Students with disabilities, injuries, illnesses or health conditions, who require special arrangements or consideration, should contact Access Ability Services (see table below). If you want further information regarding: Visit the URL Access Ability Services Accommodation Careers and employment Childcare Counselling Enrolment Feedback and complaints Fees and financial support Inclusion and engagement Indigenous student support Information for current students International student support Learning skills/ Language support Library and computing services Librarians – Liaison Off-campus students Responsibilities and rights Review of Assessment and Student Access to
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