Academic Integrity

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Academic Integrity

  • Academic Integrity Web Site for York University Academic integrity is a major issue in academe. Studies done in the United States, Canada and in Europe indicate that cheating, plagiarism and multiple submissions of assignments are on the rise. This indicates a universal decrease in academic integrity.
  • Beware - Says who? Avoiding plagiarism has been developed by York University specifically to help educate students in appropriate academic practises. The document describes what academic integrity and intellectual property rights are, the definition of plagiarism with several examples, pressures that lead to plagiarism and how to avoid it, good practises to avoid plagiarism, with examples, and a host of important information for all students.