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Academic integrity defined

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1. Which of the following are fundamental values of academic integrity?

Incorrect:

Your answer is partially correct. Waterloo students have a responsibility to conform to standards acceptable in the University of Waterloo community.

However, the best answer is "all of the above."

These values are all fundamental to academic integrity:

  • honesty
  • trust
  • fairness
  • respect
  • responsibility

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Incorrect:

Your answer is partially correct. It is academic misconduct to facilitate unfair advantage through actions such as posting assignment solutions to discussion boards, letting a classmate sneak a peek at your answers during an exam, or giving classmates copies of your assignment.

However, the best answer is "all of the above."

These values are all fundamental to academic integrity:

  • honesty
  • trust
  • fairness
  • respect
  • responsibility

Try again!

Incorrect:

Your answer is partially correct. Inappropriate, disrespectful behaviour undermines a culture of academic integrity.

However, the best answer is "all of the above."

These values are all fundamental to academic integrity:

  • honesty
  • trust
  • fairness
  • respect
  • responsibility

Try again!

Incorrect:

Your answer is partially correct. Lying in all matters concerning your academic communications, including exams and assignments, is academic misconduct.

However, the best answer is "all of the above."

These values are all fundamental to academic integrity:

  • honesty
  • trust
  • fairness
  • respect
  • responsibility

Try again!

Incorrect:

Your answer is partially correct. A trustworthy person can be believed in;
they present themselves and their work without deception.

However, the best answer is "all of the above."

These values are all fundamental to academic integrity:

  • honesty
  • trust
  • fairness
  • respect
  • responsibility

Try again!

Correct!

Your answer is correct. These values are all fundamental to academic integrity.

Honesty: Lying in all matters concerning your academic communications
is academic misconduct.
Trust: A trustworthy person can be believed in; trustworthy people
present themselves and their work without deception.
Fairness: It is academic misconduct to facilitate unfair advantage
Respect: Inappropriate, disrespectful behaviour undermines a culture of
academic integrity.
Responsibility: Waterloo students have a responsibility to conform to standards acceptable in the community.

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2. The University of Waterloo has a policy that describes the offences that constitute misconduct.

Incorrect:

The offences that constitute misconduct are described in University
Policy 71 - Student Discipline.

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Correct!

University Policy 71 - Student Discipline describes offences that constitute misconduct. It also outlines what penalties apply.

You should be familiar with this policy, and Policy 72 - Student Appeals.

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