An academic misconduct allegation is filed when a student has reportedly violated one or more areas of academic integrity, which including but not limited to: assisting, cheating, falsification, tampering, plagiarism, multiple submissions of work, and unauthorized recording and use.
These terms can be confusing, so we have prepared a visual guide to help you understand what these words mean in the context of academic integrity.
“Any action that helps another engage in academic misconduct."
“Unauthorized assistance, or access to or use of unauthorized materials, information, tools, or study aids."
“Fabrication or invention of any information."
“Representing the words or ideas of another person or presenting someone else's words, data, expressed ideas, or artistry as one's own."
Multiple submissions of work
“Using or submitting work completed for another or previous class or requirement, without appropriate disclosure, citation, and instructor approval.”
Unauthorized recording and use
“Recording and/or dissemination of instructional content without the express permission of the instructor(s), or an approved accommodation coordinated via Disability Access Services.”