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A guide to constructing ethical and high quality academic writing

Academic Integrity

academic integrity

AIS values academic integrity by Kay Oddone - Teacher

Honesty and integrity

Honest: free of deceit; truthful and sincere.

Integrity: the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.

AIS students are honest. They behave with integrity. They demonstrate this in all facets of personal and school life, including academically.

They understand that honesty and integrity are demonstrated academically by avoiding plagiarism and by referencing sources. They understand that all academic work is built on the work of others and that integrity demands that they acknowledge this through bibliographic referencing.

Librarians are not the custodians of honesty and integrity in our school. We all are.

Academic honesty is your responsibility. 

AIS has a zero tolerance of academic dishonesty.
Please read the AIS Academic Honesty Policy for more information.