Student Name: Professor Name: Course: Date: Academic Integrity Academic integrity is the is the basic set of values and codes that drives one to stick to honesty fairness responsibility respect and trust when carrying out a duty and the obligation to adopt the fundamental principles into behavior. Academic integrity helps those who are in the academia to achieve their achievements without plagiarizing their work from that of others (Mushlin Stuart B. and Joel T. Katz). On the other hand academic dishonesty is the failure to honour the morals and principles of academic integrity and acquiring information from a have engaged in academic dishonesty. It is because the board cannot give the students a second chance to try and avoid dishonesty policies. However some of the systems from the faculty are lenient to some extent since they offer the student another opportunity after punishment. Work Cited McClung Emily L. and Joanne Kraenzle Schneider. "A Concept Synthesis Of Academically Dishonest Behaviors." Journal Of Academic Ethics vol 13 no. 1 2014 pp. 1-11. Springer Nature doi:10.1007/s10805-014-9222-2. Mushlin Stuart B. and Joel T. Katz. "Academic Integrity." Academic Medicine vol 88 no. 11 2013 pp. 1598-1599. Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health) doi:10.1097/acm.0b013e3182a7f99a. [...]
What is academic integrity? Define it in your own words. Next, discuss what you believe to be the most common forms of academic dishonesty. For example, what forms of academic dishonesty have you witnessed during your education? Finally, discuss what the consequences are if students commit an act of academic dishonesty at NAU. Do you believe these consequences are just right, too harsh, or not harsh enough? Why?