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Good academic practice

All students should consult the following two documents:

The most common occurrences of Academic Misconduct occurring in the School involve students submitting projects with considerable similarity to each other's work.  You should write up your work separately from any other student and should not simply copy the work produced by another.

Sometimes Academic Misconduct arises when a student does not know how to complete a piece of assessment.  In such cases, approaching your lecturer or tutor for advice on the material required is a much better idea than borrowing a fellow student's work.

If you are uncertain what consititutes good academic practice and what constitutes academic misconduct, please consult your lecturers, tutors, the School's Academic Misconduct Officer or consider making an appointment with CAPOD for advice on study skills.