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Academic Integrity and Dishonesty

Excerpt from the Idaho State University policy: 

Academic integrity is expected of all individuals in academe. Behavior beyond reproach must be the norm. Academic dishonesty in any form is unacceptable.

A.  Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, cheating and plagiarism.

B.  This policy applies to all forms of university educational activities, including but not limited to, classroom, lab, and online formats.

C.  Instructors are encouraged to include specific information in the course syllabus on academic integrity and dishonesty guidelines specific to the course format and evaluation activities, as well as the link to this policy.

D.  Students should not assume that any materials or collaborative learning activities are authorized unless explicitly stated by the instructor in the course syllabus.

You can read the Idaho State University Academic Integrity and Dishonesty policy in its entirety here.

Infographic by Michele Kirschenbaum, Librarian at EasyBib.

Access this image and informational blog by clicking here.


Kirschenbaum, M. (19 October 2018). Am I plagiarizing?: An advanced infographic [Blog Entry.] Retrieved from


Kirschenbaum, M. "Am I Plagiarizing?: An Advanced Infographic." EasyBib, Accessed 17 July 2019.


Michele Kirschenbaum, "Am I Plagiarizing?: An Advanced Infographic." EasyBib (blog),


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