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.

Any use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the form of chatbots such as Chat GPT in order to generate texts are to be discussed with your teacher beforehand. 

At the Department of History, all students should upload their examination to Canvas, where it is controlled by a text-matching software. The documents are checked against the Internet, published material and student material.

Read more on academic writing and academic integrity, to learn referencing to avoid plagiarism and being reported to the Disciplinary Board at Lund University:


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