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1 What is good academic practice?
1.1 Good academic practice
1.2 Demonstrating your academic abilities
1.3 Reproducing someone else’s words
1.4 Inappropriate academic practice
1.5 When does poor academic practice become a major problem?
1.6 Summary
1.7 Quiz
2 Writing in your own words
2.1 What do we mean by ‘writing in your own words’?
David Mayle, Open University Course Team Chair
2.2 Quiz
3 Collaboration versus collusion
3.1 Good collaborative practices
3.2 What is collusion?
3.3 Using extracts from spoken and online discussions
3.4 Collaborative group answers
3.5 Quiz
4 Common knowledge
4.1 General examples
4.2 Subject-specific examples
4.2.1 Arts
Professor Clive Emsley
4.2.2 Health and Social Care
4.2.3 Maths, Computing and Technology
Question 1
Question 2
Question 3
Question 4
Question 5
Question 6
Question 7
Question 8
Question 9
4.2.4 Science
Stephen Serjeant, Senior Lecturer in Science
4.2.5 Social Sciences
4.3 Quiz
5 Referencing
5.1 Why should you cite references?
5.2 Alphabetical referencing
5.3 Numerical referencing
5.4 Quoting
5.5 Quiz
6 Why do students plagiarise?
6.1 Common problems
6.2 Quiz
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Developing Good Academic Practices

Developing Good Academic Practices

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