Posts tagged: plagiarism

The 7 study mistakes too many students make – learn what they are and don’t make them yourself!

3 March 2017
Amy Pearson

You really don’t want to miss what Amy has to say about the 7 study mistakes that can cost you marks.

Some study mistakes are no big deal, others really are a big deal as they can affect your final degree classification. This is why we have put together a short online package to introduce you to the 7 things, why they matter and how you can avoid them. They are:

  • Plagiarism
  • Self-plagiarism (or double submission)
  • Collusion
  • Falsifying experimental or other investigative results
  • Contracting another to write a piece of assessed work / Writing a piece of assessed work for another
  • Taking any unauthorised material into an examination. Copying from, or communicating with, another examination candidate during an examination.
  • Bribery
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    Learning about academic misconduct and plagiarism is an important employability skill

    10 November 2016

    As you get stuck into your assignments we thought it was worth reminding you about a blog post that Ruth Chadwick, one of our Senior Nursing Lecturers wrote back in May.

    She talked about the importance of integrity and honesty in our professional lives and how the public expects Health Care practitioners to be open and honest at all times.

    She highlights that it isn’t just Health Care practitioners who are sometimes criticised for their lack of honesty and openness and that the behaviour of other professionals whose role is to contribute to the care and safety of the public sometimes falls short of the high standards that are expected in relation to honesty. Ruth relates the importance of integrity and honesty in the workplace with the academic conduct of students studying at University. read more

    Learning about academic misconduct and plagiarism is an important employability skill

    25 May 2016

    We love Ruth Chadwick’s latest blog post. Ruth is one of our Senior Nursing Lecturers and she has written about the importance of integrity and honesty in our professional lives and how the public expects Health Care practitioners to be open and honest at all times.  She highlights that it isn’t just Health Care practitioners who are sometimes criticised for their lack of honesty and openness and that the behaviour of other professionals whose role is to contribute to the care and safety of the public sometimes falls short of the high standards that are expected in relation to honesty. Ruth relates the importance of integrity and honesty in the workplace with the academic conduct of students studying at University. read more

    Still baffled by Turnitin?

    28 January 2015

    turnitin logoDo you need help with e-submission using Turnitin? You can find plenty of online help via the Turnitin link on the Student Channel. The Library is also providing the following drop-in sessions in room AC202 in Adelphi library:

    Tuesday 3rd February 1-2pm
    Tuesday 10th February 1-2pm
    Tuesday 17th February 1-2pm
    Tuesday 24th February 1-2pm

    No need to book – just turn up!