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Academic integrity and referencing: Whose responsibility is it?

  title={Academic integrity and referencing: Whose responsibility is it?},
  author={J. D. Marsh and Jennifer Campion},
  journal={Journal of Academic Language and Learning},
When incidents of alleged plagiarism occur, the responsibility for maintaining and upholding academic integrity is often perceived to lie with students. Consequently, there may be insufficient recognition that faculty staff, learning advisors and librarians all contribute to educating students about the fundamental competencies and values of academic scholarship, including citation and referencing expectations. In this paper, we share insights gained from a collaboration aimed at raising the… Expand
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