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Exploring Academic Integrity in Your Research

A UO Libraries self-guided tutorial on integrity in library research and using sources ethically

17 - Review

Review

UNLV fires professor accused of 'serial plagiarism' in Las Vegas Review-Journal

To participate fully in the scholarly conversation, it’s important to follow the guidelines of ethical conduct known as academic honesty. Though you may encounter situations in which you are tempted to commit academic misconduct, or where you are unclear about whether your behavior constitutes it and decide not to seek clarification, the consequences of such actions are serious, and can negatively impact or end your academic career and affect your post-college career.

We will move on to the following section on Attribution & Citation to learn the basics of giving proper credit.

 

 

 

 

Screen capture of the Las-Vegas Review Journal. Used for Educational Purposes Only.

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