Academic Integrity & Referencing

Academic integrity means acting with the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility in learning and research. 

Referencing is giving credit where credit is due and is required in all university study.

Practise academic integrity by paraphrasing, summarising, quoting with references for the sources you have used.

You will be required to use a APA or USQ Harvard depending on your program, course and lecturer. Some courses ask that you use other styles as well, such as Oxford or MLA. For assistance with these styles you must consult your course examiner.

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