Honesty and integrity are valued in all academic activities at The University of Auckland. This website provides information about the key principles and practices underlying academic honesty, and advice and resources.
This online course asks students to explore the concept of academic integrity. Students will learn how to demonstrate academic integrity in their study and research, improve their knowledge about University rules relating to academic conduct, and understand the consequences of academic misconduct.
The University is committed to providing all the support you need to understand what working to a high level of academic integrity means for you.
Find documents related to academic honesty and plagiarism.
Read about Turnitin, an electronic plagiarism detection resource used by the University.
The University’s official academic referencing resource, featuring tutorials and guidelines on good referencing practices.
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