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One objective of learning how to communicate in an academic context is to be able to express your own thoughts and ideas in spoken and written words. Learning how to recognise and avoid plagiarism ensures that your “voice” is evident in writing assignments, research papers, oral presentations and group projects.
Resources for Academic Integrity
The links below guide you to educational resources developed to support students in understanding the principles, processes and importance of Academic Integrity.
AIM is an educational resource developed to support students in understanding the principles, processes and importance of academic integrity. AIM will also provide some guidance to students regarding referencing, in order to assure the academic integrity of work produced.