BUS 309 Week 1 Academic Integrity Quiz for Students -
The “Student Handbook” at Strayer University includes detailed information on Strayer University’s Academic Integrity Policy.
You do not have to cite information or ideas that you summarize or paraphrase (put it into your own words).
Fabricating a quotation or a source, copying an essay or article from the Internet or an electronic database without quoting or giving credit to the original author are examples of intentional plagiarism.
Citing inaccurately or paraphrasing by only changing a few words without changing the sentence structure are examples of unintentional plagiarism.
A student cannot be penalized for “unintentional plagiarism”.
It is not important to find reputable and valid sources over the Internet for your research.
Facts that are known by a large number of people and that do not have to be cited are called ‘common knowledge’?
Academic Integrity policy guidelines are not applicable to threaded discussions in online courses.
Turnitin is a software platform that utilizes the Internet's capabilities by allowing essays to be evaluated for plagiarism.
At Strayer University, depending upon the nature and extent of the offense, potential sanctions against a student found committing an Academic Integrity violation may include any of the following: a written warning; grade reduction or failing grade on the assignment involved; grade reduction or failing grade in the course; suspension, expulsion, or revocation of a degree.