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How to Avoid Academic Misconduct

Identify academic penalties, Managing data with integrity , Collaborating with peers , Awareness of essay mills, Identifying plagiarism, Understanding self-plagiarism , Paraphrasing , Recognising misconduct
1 hour

'How to Avoid Academic Misconduct' is a course awarded by Middlesex University on VerifyEd. This credential represents the acquisition of a deep understanding of academic misconduct behaviours across a range of contexts. These activities include purchasing assignments, copying other students’ or published work, self-plagiarism, dishonest use of data and using Artificial Intelligence software in assessments.

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