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Adding Library resources to Canvas

This guide provides information on linking and embedding Library resources in your Canvas course and ensuring copyright compliance.

Academic integrity

What is academic integrity?

"Academic integrity means acting with the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility in learning, teaching, and research. It is important for students, teachers, researchers, and all staff to act in an honest way, be responsible for their actions, and show fairness in every part of their work. Staff should be role models to students. Academic integrity is important for an individual’s and a school’s reputation."

From: Exemplary Academic Integrity Project (EAIP): Embedding and extending exemplary academic integrity policy and support frameworks across the higher education sector (2013), Plain English definition of Academic Integrity, Office for Learning and Teaching Strategic Commissioned Project 2012-2013, http://www.unisa.edu.au/EAIP.


Find out more about RMIT University's approach to academic integrity

Attribution of sources used in Canvas

All material, including books, chapters, articles, webpages, quotes, images and videos, used in your Canvas course must be referenced in order to meet academic integrity standards.

The following links will help you reference all the sources you used in your course.