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What is Plagiarism?

The University defines plagiarism as:

For the University’s full guidance on plagiarism, including examples of plagiarism and resources and support, please see

Acceptable means of acknowledging the work of others (by referencing, in footnotes, or otherwise) may vary according to the subject matter and mode of assessment, so you should always refer to the guidance materials available on the ICE VLE ( that relate to the relevant scholarly conventions for submitting work in a particular subject area of study.

If a paper copy of this guidance is required, you should contact your Course Director.

You are responsible for ensuring that you have read and understood the University’s plagiarism definition, and guidance, and follow it in all work submitted for assessment.

If, after reading the guidance, you have any outstanding queries, you should seek clarification at the earliest opportunity from the Course Director.


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