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SCL Academic Misconduct Policy

 

At Superior College London, we take any kind of academic misconduct very seriously, so students need to be mindful of this. We will carry out plagiarism checks using software to ensure that students are submitting their own assignments.

 

The awarding body has a policy as well that need to be followed by students.

 

Plagiarism, cheating, collusion and attempting to obtain an unfair academic advantage are forms of academic misconduct and are entirely unacceptable for any student at the College.

 

This policy defines what the College means by plagiarism, and gives examples of the categories of other forms of unacceptable academic misconduct outside examinations. In establishing this policy, the College is seeking to maintain the integrity of its academic awards and procedures and to give any students affected a fair opportunity to respond to any allegation of academic misconduct. Each case will be determined on its own facts and merits. It may be necessary for the College to seek legal advice in specific cases.

 

The policy is for use outside public examinations, where the examining boards’ own procedures will apply. It includes College-assessed work which contributes towards external examination marks.

 

Plagiarism

 

Plagiarism is the presentation of someone else’s work, words, images, ideas, opinions or discoveries, whether published or not, as one’s own, or alternatively appropriating the artwork, images or computer generated work of others, without properly acknowledging the source, with or without their permission.

 

Plagiarism by students is most likely to occur in a College outside sat, unseen exams, i.e. in coursework, assignments, portfolios, essays and dissertations. Examples of plagiarism in such a context would include:

 

·         Directly copying from written physical, pictorial or written material, without crediting the source;

 

·         Paraphrasing someone else’s work, without crediting the source.

 

Other forms of misconduct

 

Examples of other forms of academic misconduct (such as cheating, collusion and attempting to obtain an unfair academic advantage) would include:

 

·         Getting someone else to produce part or all of the work submitted

 

·         Colluding with one or more student(s) to produce a piece of work and submitting it individually as one’s own

 

·         Copying the work of another student, with or without their permission

 

·         Knowingly allowing another student to copy one’s own work

 

·         Re-submitting one’s own previously graded work

 

·         Using forbidden notes or books in producing assigned work or tests

 

·         Fabrication of results (including experiments, research, interviews, observations)

 

The use of the word “academic” in the title seeks to define the scope of policy as it relates to the delivery and assessment of the curriculum. It is intended to include all College programmes.

 

Disciplinary Actions

 

All cases of academic misconduct will be dealt with, as appropriate, under the College's Disciplinary Code.

 

 

 

 

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