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Important Message to All Academic Integrity Web Site Users

Please note that this Academic Integrity web site is no longer being maintained, and will be discontinued on April 30, 2016. Content is in the process of being migrated to the following websites. Please update your links in your syllabi, course web sites, etc.

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Test Yourself: An Overview

You've reached the end of the tutorial! On the next page, you will be given the link to the self-test—but first, let's review.

In this tutorial, we:

  • Discussed the concept of 'academic integrity' and identified five different kinds of academic dishonesty.
  • Identified the key points of York's Senate Policy on Academic Honesty and the procedures and penalties associated with violating York's Policy.
  • Differentiated between what is acceptable use of another's ideas/words and what is plagiarism.
  • Identified several reasons why it is essential to document/reference sources of information/ideas.
  • Recognized three strategies you can use to incorporate another person's ideas/words into your own work.
  • Identified the elements that are required for a complete reference to a source of information and be familiar with referencing styles.
  • Identified the usefulness of tools such as RefWorks and where you can get help at York from an expert if you have questions about whether you are using or referencing material appropriately.
  • Underlined the importance of seeking help if you have questions regarding any issue associated with academic integrity.

If you are unclear on any of these areas, please use the navigation menu at the left or the Site Map to visit those sections for review.

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