What does academic integrity mean?

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In a nutshell, academic integrity means applying integrity to the way you complete assignments and essays, and to the way you approach examinations. The crux of academic integrity is ensuring that every piece of work you submit is your own, and that you have properly cited and credited all references that you used.

Examples of failing to adhere to principles of academic integrity would be paying someone on the internet to write your essay for you, copying work from someone sitting next to you in an exam room, or paraphrasing...

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it means to be honest when it comes to school such as taking tests, doing work,using ones work, etc.