My school I attend is Columbia Southern University. I submitted a paper that I had copied offline and accidentally submitted it. Can you answer this question below for the Integrity class that I have placed in due to my foolish mistake?
Speaking candidly, what mistake(s) were made in the submission that warranted this Academic Integrity Violation?
What have you learned that will help you avoid plagiarising material or cheating in the future?
Outline all possible repercussions you may face if another Academic Integrity Violation is committed.
Who should you contact, in order of priority, if you have questions about the possibility of Academic Integrity Violations occurring in your submission?
What is the process for internalising material and explaining it in your own words within an assignment?
When writing your narrative and using outside sources, what information should always be included in a citation?
When using the words of the author in your narrative, it is important to cite the information so that reader knows the words are not your own. If you do not cite the information taken from the author, what academic integrity violation are you committing?
When writing your narrative, you decide to copy material from an online source into your work. You rewrite the copied material and replace a few words to make it original without citing it. Is this action a violation of CSU’s Academic Integrity Policy? Based on your answer, why is it a violation or why is it not?
When you reuse any previously submitted original or unoriginal work, you may be subject to CSU’s Academic Integrity Policy. When can you safely reuse your own previously submitted work?
You have found a great website where students are sharing their past course work and study guides. To access the site, you pay for a membership and upload some of your work to share with other students. Is this a violation of CSU’s Academic Integrity Policy? If so, what is the violation?