In all of your work in your study group, it is essential to maintain academic integrity. Academic integrity is a fundamental value of the University of Guelph.
If you do not maintain academic integrity, you are at risk of being charged with academic misconduct, which can lead to failure of a course, suspension from the university, or expulsion.
How do you maintain academic integrity in your study group? These activities are usually considered to uphold academic integrity:
In study groups, be aware of the following types of academic misconduct:
Inform yourself about academic integrity, academic misconduct, and plagiarism by taking the Academic Integrity tutorial. Talk to your instructor if you have concerns or questions, or if you believe someone else has committed academic misconduct.
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