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It is essential that you follow good academic honesty practice, as identified in the college policy and IB documentation. This good practice helps you to avoid plagiarism. If in doubt, please ask your TOK teacher, the Teacher-Librarian, or the IB Coordinator.
The IB has produced a leaflet which explains the concept of Academic Honesty. A digital copy of the leaflet is available in this box.
There is also a link to the College Academic Honesty Policy in this box.
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Call Number: 808 FRA
Publication Date: 2005
Plagiarism is in the news: A student is denied admission to Harvard because she copied someone else's work, while famous authors are discredited for the same reason. The Internet has made copying and cheating easier than ever. Author Barbara Francis helps you understand what plagiarism is, why it is wrong, and how to avoid it in your work.