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Academic Integrity

Use the following guide to learn more about academic integrity

Aspirational and Enacted Values

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Think about Academic Integrity

What it means to be a member of an academic community of people who create and share knowledge?  Take a moment and consider what this means to you.

  • What are your responsibilities as a student and as a creator of knowledge? Reflecting on this may  help you rethink your role as not just a consumer of other people’s knowledge, but as someone who has a contribution to make to their community.