Recent Course Assignment Violations
There were 12 confirmed cases of assignment plagiarism identified and reported in Session 1 of the 2012-2013 academic year. All 12 cases were reported by the assignment markers and involved students enrolled in PA1, MU1, and TX2 courses of the CGA program.
All alleged plagiarism cases had been thoroughly investigated, and students had been provided an opportunity to respond to the allegations.
There were 7 concluded cases of plagiarism among students taking PA1 course in session 1, including 4 cases of self-plagiarism and 3 cases of plagiarism, all of which had resulted in students receiving a warning letter from the Association. One case of plagiarism had resulted in student’s failing the PA1 course.
A student enrolled in MU1 copied from another source. This student received a mark of zero for the assignment and a warning letter that was placed permanently in his student’s file.
There were 3 cases of self-plagiarism and one case of plagiarism reported among students enrolled in TX2 course. All students involved received warning letters from the Association. In addition, one student who copied from another source received a mark of zero on plagiarized assignment.