We must all work together to protect the integrity of your degrees, including making sure that assessments are conducted fairly for everyone.
The University has expectations of every student when you complete your exams and assessments. We have mechanisms to detect where students are not meeting these expectations, including for online assessments. If you commit academic malpractice, there are a range of possible penalties which could affect your progression on your course.
Referencing is an important part of avoiding plagiarism - it helps the reader undertand how your ideas are influenced by other authors and trace your source materials. The guides below will help you learn how to reference your work properly.