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Library Homepage: Academic Integrity/Honesty
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Representing another person's ideas or work as your own.
Why is detecting plagiarism important?
If you plagiarise intentionally or otherwise in assessment items, you're not providing appropriate evidence of the learning undertaken at Faith. Members of an academic community that plagiarise undermine the value of the knowledge generated by that community - it gives the College a bad name as well as the other students who attend. Allowing you to obtainan ATAR or certificate with plagiarised assessment lowers the overall quality of the graduates and undermines the value of the qualifications offered and the achievements of other students.
Source: QUT Cite/Write
How do we check for academic integrity?
FLC uses turnitin. Read the infographic below to see how it works.