“Representing another person’s work as your own or using another person’s work without acknowledgement, and duplication or ‘self-plagiarism’, using material that has already been submitted for assessment.” (BU 2020, p.21).
“Copying or misappropriating ideas (or their expression), text, software or data (or a combination) without permission and acknowledgement.” (BU 2020, p.22).
Explains types of academic offence including, for example:
Understanding plagiarism (login using your BU username and password)
If you are experiencing difficulties and need to develop your academic writing skills (e.g. you have not written an essay before, or you need to better understand paraphrasing and quoting) we strongly recommend you work through this skills for study module because it covers the following:
This video mentions myBU - BU now uses Brightspace instead - but it's still useful.
SUBU Bournemouth, 2015. SUBU advice: plagiarism help [video, online]. Poole: Bournemouth University. Available from: https://youtu.be/TUynsK_2bUA [Accessed 11 August 2020].
Brock University Library, 2014. What is plagiarism and how to avoid it [online]. Canada: Brock University. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Pmab92ghG0M [Accessed 11 August 2020].