What did you learn in this module?
Knowing about and valuing academic integrity helps set you up for success at the University.
Being a good scholar means crediting and respecting the work of others – whether you are working in a group or citing sources in a class assignment.
Being a good scholar means creating your own original work for your courses, not purchasing or reusing someone else’s work – with or without their permission.
The Student Conduct Code establishes the University’s policy around plagiarism and scholastic dishonesty. Your professor should also include a syllabus statement with their expectations.
There are resources available to help you learn student success skills to support you. It is okay to ask for help.