Assessor Plagiarism Guidance

Assessor Plagiarism Guidance

Plagiarism:

Omit any parts of the project that you suspect are plagiarised, then assess the project as normal. In the feedback to students, write your feedback as normal and state the parts you thought were plagiarised and what's lead you to this conclusion.

The students have a right to appeal, which will be administered by BSA staff. Look here for more information on that process.

 

Download the full policy below.


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