Academic integrity is honesty in your work. It means developing your own original ideas, knowledge and creations while acknowledging other people for theirs.
Pretty much everything!
The only content you do not need to acknowledge is common knowledge.
In your reading:
In your writing, including exams:
In your group work:
Plagiarism is using other people's work without acknowledging those people. For more information on how plagiarism is dealt with at AUT, see the AUT Academic Calendar.
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Last updated: 11-Jul-2017 11.13am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.