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Your work under surveillance

In professional life it is common practice to have to draw up a report on a particular theme, an inventory, a collection of information, etc. It involves demonstrating your expertise whilst also respecting a whole series of ethical rules, including ensuring that there is no plagiarism in your work.

Plagiarism is ‘copying in its entirety or in part the content [in substance or in from] of another work in your own work without citing the source’ (translated from Le Nouveau Petit Robert, 2003, p. 1962).

From the first to the last year at the University the production of written works aims in particular at students progressively putting into practice relevant documentary research, a critical mind and the ability to provide personal ideas on the subject in question, whilst permanently respecting ethical considerations.

To help teachers and students reach achieve these goals the ULg provides an ensemble of resources: to be consulted without moderation!

What is an academic or scientific work?

Why is plagiarism unacceptable?

What are the various forms of plagiarism?

Measures taken by the ULg against plagiarism

How to avoid plagiarism?

Bibliographical references and supplements

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Print version Page updated on 2014-05-15