Academic Integrity Page 1 I. Academic Integrity Defined Academic integrity is a commitment to the fundamental values of honesty, fairness, trust, respect and responsibility that guides academic communities to the principles of behavior that make them translate their ideals into action. (Center for Academic Integrity, Duke University, 1999) II. The Five Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity The Center for Academic Integrity (CAI) has focused on the five values as a way to define academic integrity
and importance of ‘Academic Integrity’ in assignment completed by undergraduate students. Introduction On a research paper, how much information can you “borrow” with or without citing the original author? How do you cite the resources you “borrowed” or quoted from the original author? Will anyone know if you submit a friend’s research paper? No one can see you taking an online test from your living room – should that change how you take a test? Who is hurt by academic dishonesty? Who cares
should that change how you take a test? Who is hurt by academic dishonesty? Who cares if you steal test answers, falsify experimental data, cheat on an exam, or download information from a web site and turn it in as your own work? To take an easy example, would you want to be operated on by a doctor who cheated his way through medical school? Or would you feel comfortable on a bridge designed by an engineer who
A definition of ethics. B. How are ethics used in education? II. Integrity is part of ethics in education. A. A definition of integrity. B. Trust relationship is essential in ethics in education. C. Academic integrity is a mutual responsibility. D. There is cheating and academic responsibility within the education system. E. Phony schools, diploma mills and false credentials are a breach of integrity. F. Integrity is important with citizenship, gratitude, fairness and courage. III.
Tanaka Business School Imperial College London An Insight into Malaysia’s Medical Tourism Industry from a New Entrant Perspective by Mr. Bhavin J. Shah A report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the MBA degree and Diploma of Imperial College London September 2008 SYNOPSIS The overarching objective of this project is to provide an insight into Malaysia’s medical tourism industry. The study conducted offers assistance to a new upcoming hospital in Malaysia
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