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Emerson College Plagiarism Policy
Updated and approved by Faculty Assembly, October 2005
Plagiarism Statement for Syllabi
From the Academic Affairs website
Writing and Academic Resource Center
Offers instruction on summarizing, paraphrasing, and citing sources.
Academic Misconduct Guidelines
Academic misconduct includes traditional textual plagiarism and its manifestations, including self-plagiarism, falsifying work or academic records, cheating, substitution of work or the work of another, actively participating in or condoning these activities with others, appropriating creative works of art in whole or part(images, sounds, lighting designs, audio tracks, scripts, etc).