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USF Academic Integrity Glossary
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to gain permission.
an academic document outlining the rules and objectives of a particular class.
copies made electronically, such as on the internet
to bring into being or make a rule of.
a test of progress
conditions under which testing takes place.
outside what is allowed.
gained without permission.
to show or make known.
announcements provided in type.
absolutely not allowed.
sending; the process of transferring for use.
not given permission
Academic Policies and Procedures
rules and regulations related to the integrity of institutional work.
to disclose knowledge of or recognize the rights of.
not named or identified.
to be the author of.
to refer to or quote by way of example.
widespread truth or information.
the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell, or distribute a form of work.
to give recognition to (someone or something)
a sentence or passage repeated or rewritten exactly.
a written record acknowledging the statements, quotations, or ideas of others.
a note placed at the end of a text.
accepted standards of conduct or expression.
a note of reference placed below a text.
judicial proceeding brought by one party against another for a wrong done.
the restatement or summary of a text.
sources documented within a work in parenthesis.
likeness in content or artistry.
an argument, idea, or work supporting another's argument, idea, or work.
covering the main points of a larger work.
the creation, outcome, or output of your work.
is the use of invented, counterfeited, altered or forged information in assignments of any type including those activities done in conjunction with academic courses that require students to be involved in out-of-classroom experiences.
is the imitating or counterfeiting of images, documents, signatures, and the like.
is any behavior that limits the academic opportunities of other students by improperly impeding their work or their access to educational resources.
Obstruction does not include the content of statements or arguments that are germane to a class or other educational activity.
to make different.
to give permission.
joined or done together.
to make an exact copy of (something) in order to trick people
to mark or destroy something.
to copy (someone's or something's behavior, sound, appearance, etc.)
in line with rules
leading towards the wrong way
to harm or destroy
people holding high office at the university
assisting or attempting to assist another person in any act of academic dishonesty
cheating or other not honest behavior that fails to abide by the Academic Policy and Procedures.
managed or taken charge of.
given permission or power.
make duplicates of
to represent incorrectly
a weight or significance
in research is serious deviation from the accepted professional practices within a discipline or from the policies of the university in carrying out, reporting, or exhibiting the results of research or in publishing, exhibiting, or performing creative endeavors. It includes the fabrication or falsification of data, plagiarism, and scientific or creative misrepresentation. It does not include honest error or honest disagreement about the interpretation of data.
MISUSE OF COMPUTERS
includes unethical, or illegal use of the computers of any person, institution or agency in which students are performing part of their academic program.
misuse of intellectual property
is the illegal use of copyright materials, trademarks,trade secrets or intellectual properties
A CODE OF ETHICS
is a set of principles of conduct within an organization that guide decision making and behavior. The purpose of the code is to provide members and other interested persons with guidelines for making ethical choices in the conduct of their work.
Penalty for disobeying a law or rule
Act of doing something that is not allowed by a law or rule
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