Academic writing and integrity

Academic integrity / Plagiarism

Plagiarism means the copying of another person's material and using such copied material as if it were one's own work, without citing a quotation or stating a source. Studying history also means that students gain insight in how to produce reseach, and knowlegde on the rules that apply for citing and referencing. Students send their documents by e-mail to a specific Urkund-address, provided by their teacher. Along the electronic route between student and teacher, the documents are checked against the Internet, published material and student material.

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