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Academic Integrity & Plagiarism

Integrity

What does having integrity mean? First and foremost, it means to be honest and therefore trustworthy. It means having strong ethics and striving to always "do the right thing", even when it is difficult to do so and even if easier, but less honest ways of doing something are available. Here are some words commonly associated with the word integrity: 

 

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