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Academic Integrity: Assignments and Exams

This guide has been created to provide you with quick access to resources on the topic of Academic Integrity.

Academic Integrity Policy

Read the NSCC's Academic Integrity Policy to ensure you understand your responsibilities as a student.

  • Know When to Work Alone - Make sure you know when it's okay to work in groups and when you ought to work alone.

  • Start Fresh - Recycling is good for the environment, but using work from an old class on a new assignment is almost always against the rules. Start fresh on each and every project with new ideas and up-to-date research.

  • Cite Your Sources - Keep records of your sources and cite them accurately.

Alison on Academic Integrity

University of Manitoba. (2016, September 29). Alison on academic integrity (short) [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/MXHyz-hyQzE

Cheating on Assignments

Louisiana State University. (2018, June 27). Academic integrity video: Act 2: Cheating on homework: Peer resources [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/pbyURHoxtGk