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Monash University policy

All work submitted for assessment must be the student"s own work. Sources of the work of others must be acknowledged in full. Plagiarism is an attempt to obtain undeserved academic advantage. Students suspected of plagiarism will be given the opportunity to explain their plagiarism in the company of their lecturer and the course coordinator. If the course coordinator believes that plagiarism has occurred, students will normally receive no marks at all for the piece of work concerned. Cases of deliberate plagiarism will be dealt with in accordance with the university's discipline statute.

University policies on plagiarism are outlined in Student Academic Integrity Policy Opens in a new window and Student Academic Integrity: Managing Plagiarism and Collusion Procedures Opens in a new window

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