Academic honesty means that all Seneca College persons will conduct themselves in an honest and trustworthy manner in all aspects of their academic career.
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Plagiarism from a Student Perspective
These resources depict acts of plagiarism and consequences at various academic institutions.
Note that Seneca College's Academic Honesty Policy outlines the types of offences and procedures for enforcement at Seneca College.
- Plagiarism: A Film by Murdoch University Dubai (Video)
- Students' True Stories
- UWE International Students' talk Referencing (Video)
Plagiarism in the News
- Borders of academic honesty being strained
Bradshaw, James, and Tamara Baluja. "Borders of Academic Honesty being Strained." The Globe and Mail: A.4. Canadian Newsstand Major Dailies. Sep 03 2011. Web. 7 Aug. 2012.
- Foreign student rule-breaking: culture clash or survival skills?
Marcus, Jon. "Foreign Student Rule-Breaking: Culture Clash or Survival Skills?" Times Higher Education. Times Higher Education, 6 Oct. 2011. Web. 7 Aug. 2012.
- Rise in student plagiarism cases attributed to blurred lines of digital world
Simpson, Kevin. "Rise in student plagiarism cases attributed to blurred lines of digital world." The Denver Post. The Denver Post. 7 Feb. 2012. Web. 7 Aug. 2012.
- The Problem With Plagiarism in South Korea (Video)
This VOA Special English Education Report Video provides subtitle and a transcript.
- Top educator admits plagiarism: TDSB director Spence apologizes for 'careless and sloppy' Star article
Rushowy, Kristin. "Top Educator Admits Plagiarism: TDSB Director Spence Apologizes For 'Careless And Sloppy' Star Article." Toronto Star 9 Jan. 2013: A.3. Canadian Newsstand. Web. 15 Nov. 2013.