The University of Arkansas defines academic dishonesty as “any act by which a student gains or attempts to gain an academic advantage for him/herself or another by misrepresenting his/her or another’s work or by interfering with the independent completion, submission, or evaluation of academic work.” (emphasis added, honesty.uark.edu)
The university takes academic integrity very seriously. Be sure to read and understand what constitutes as academic dishonesty so you can prevent yourself from committing a dishonest act. The university does not discriminate between accidental or intentional plagiarism.
More information on paraphrasing and avoiding plagiarism can be found here.
What is plagiarism?
What if I am not sure if I am plagiarizing?
What is our university policy on academic dishonesty?
Read through the student section for answers to any questions concerning policies or procedures.
For additional information about plagiarism and academic dishonesty review the following links:
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