All copyright works, chapters, quotes, images and videos must be referenced. Good academic practice is to reference sources at the time of use. Attribution is a right of an author/creator within copyright legislation (Moral Rights). There are 3 moral rights awarded to copyright holder’s right of attribution, right against false attribution and right of integrity (relates to adapting works).
All copyright works created by others within your course LMS MUST be acknowledged.
The following links will help you reference all the sources you use in your course.
Academic Integrity is about honest presentation of your academic work. It means acknowledging the work of others while developing your own insights, knowledge and ideas. RMIT University has set policies and guidelines surrounding assessment practices and plagiarism guidelines which apply to all RMIT University staff and students.
The self-paced one-hour course is available via the RMIT Creds (registration required). It covers:
There is a 20-question quiz at the end of the module. If you achieve a score of or above 80%, you will earn a digital certificate to show that you can identify:
Try this short quiz to test your understanding of some of the myths about plagiarism and academic integrity.