Plagiarism is basically using someone else’s ideas without acknowledgement and can be defined as:
The presentation of another person’s words, ideas, arguments, concepts or designs as though they were your own. Plagiarism refers to all media, printed or electronic including images and software.
Plagiarism is a serious challenge to academic integrity. IADT aims to help students to reach their potential through the provision of a supportive, vibrant and challenging learning environment. Plagiarism has no place in the IADT learning environment. IADT have developed a policy (below) which has been put in place to help and inform both students and staff about plagiarism and how it can be managed and preferably prevented.
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