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What should the consequences be for students who plagiarize at the university
level? Justify your answer and integrate the core values of integrity
and respect into your answer.Consequences of Plagiarism
What should the consequences be for students who plagiarize at the
university level? Justify your answer and integrate the core values of
integrity and respect into your answer. (Hint: You might also want to
read the policy.)
The paragraph should consist of a well-developed paragraph, which
means: you need a topic sentence, supporting sentences, and a concluding
sentence (clincher). The paragraph should be unified and coherent with
specific supporting details or examples for support. It should provide
sentence variety (simple, compound, and complex sentences). The
sentences should be clear, concise, and arranged in a logical order.
Transitional words and phrases should be used to provide coherence.
Choose one point of view: first, second, or third person. Also, don’t forget to
respond to two classmates with constructive feedback.
Saint Leo University Online Course Policies and Information
Attendance Policy:
Students are expected to view the course modules in the week they are offered and to log on to the
course often enough to remain abreast of any communications from the instructor. It is the student’s
responsibility to be aware of what is happening in the class online.
Late Policy:
All work must be submitted on time. Exceptions must be documented and acceptance is at the discretion
of the faculty member.
Students with Disabilities:
Saint Leo University is committed to a policy which provides an equal opportunity for full participation of
all qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Appropriate
academic accommodations and services are coordinated through the Office of Disability Services.
Students with disabilities who require accommodation should contact the office as soon as possible via
email: ADAOffice@saintleo.edu or telephone: (352) 588-8464. For additional information, students may
access the Policy and Procedure Manual through the Saint Leo website.
Academic Honor Code:
The Academic Honor Code is published in its entirety in the Saint Leo University Catalog. The first
paragraph is quoted below:
Saint Leo University holds all students to the highest standards of honesty and personal integrity in
every phase of their academic life. All students have a responsibility to uphold the Academic Honor
Code by refraining from any form of academic misconduct, presenting only work that is genuinely
their own, and reporting any observed instance of academic dishonesty to a faculty member.
It is the responsibility of every member of the faculty and student body to cooperate in supporting the
Honor Code. Academic misconduct includes but is not limited to the following categories:
 Providing or receiving academic work to or from another student without the permission of the
 Buying or selling academic work.
 Violating test conditions.
 Forging academic documents.
 Copying computer programs.
 Stealing and passing off the ideas and words of another as one’s own or using the work of another
without crediting the source whether that source is authored by a professional or a peer.
 Submitting an article or quoted material from a periodical or the internet as one’s own.
 Retyping or re-titling another student’s paper and handing it in as one’s own.
 Intentionally or unintentionally failing to cite a source.
 Helping another student commit an act of academic dishonesty.
 Resubmitting previous work, in whole or in part, for a current assignment without the written
consent of the current instructor(s).
 Having another student complete one’s own assignments, quizzes, or exams.
 Lying to a professor.
 Fabricating a source.
Please refer to the Saint Leo University Academic Catalog for more information on the Honor Code and
procedures for adjudication.
Plagiarism and Turnitin:
Turnitin is a plagiarism identification service that can also assist students with reference methodology in
assignments requiring citing of sources. The Turnitin tool compares your writing against all published
sources and also checks against a wide range of work. The analysis provided by Turnitin lets the
professor see the use of information contained in a submitted item.
The LearningStudio Dropbox allows for integration with Turnitin. This means that for Dropbox baskets that
have it enabled, submissions to the Dropbox are also sent automatically to Turnitin. After submission,
students can access the results within the course.
Turnitin provides for a wide range of outcomes in its analysis. For the most part, when an analysis links
large amounts of un-cited or improperly referenced information, this is problematic. This tool makes it
easy to assess whether the student created a paper by using information they found in various resources
and completed a “cut and paste” job to develop the paper. Papers that are suspected to have been
plagiarized shall be submitted along with a written report to the Department Chair to forward to the
Academic Standards Committee for review and action.
See the “All About Plagiarism” LibGuide available through the Saint Leo Library website for further
information on this topic.
Protection of the Academic Environment:
Disruption of academic process is the act or words of a student in a classroom or online environment
which in the reasonable estimation of a faculty member (a) directs attention away from the academic
matters at hand, such as distractions, persistent, disrespectful or abusive interruptions of academic
discussions, or (b) presents a danger to the health, safety or well-being of the faculty member or
students. Education is a cooperative endeavor, one that takes place within a context of basic
interpersonal respect. We must therefore make the learning environment conducive to the purpose for
which we are here. Disruption, intentional and unintentional, is an obstacle to that aim. We can all aid in
creating the proper environment, in small ways and in more fundamental ways. So, when we speak in
class, we can disagree without attacking each other and no one speaks in a manner or of off-topic
content that disrupts the class. Any violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action. Please refer to
the Student Handbook for further details.
Cannon Memorial Library Resources for Online Learning Courses:
Cannon Memorial Library
Librarians are available during reference hours to assist you. To contact the librarian on duty, please call
1.800.359.5945 or email reference.desk@saintleo.edu.
Reference Hours**
Monday to Thursday
9 AM—10 PM
9 AM—5 PM
10 AM—6 PM
**Subject to change. Click the Ask a Librarian link on the Cannon Memorial Library homepage for
current information.
Web Address (URL)
Online Catalog (All Books, eBooks, and Media)
SLU students, faculty and staff may borrow books from Cannon Memorial Library through the online
catalog. Use the Library Catalog link under Find Info on the library’s homepage to access the catalog.
Books you can check-out have Location=Cannon Library, Second Floor and Status=Available. Use the
Interlibrary Loan link under Services on the library’s homepage to place your request.
Online Library Resources (Articles and eBooks)
Saint Leo provides an array of online article databases and eBook collections that support your classes.
Use the Databases link under Find Info on the Cannon Memorial Library homepage to access the online
CQ Researcher………………..…..….. (In-depth topical analysis by Congressional Quarterly)
Dissertations and Theses……..…..…. (A database of published Dissertations and Theses, including
those from Saint Leo University)
EBSCO ………………………………… (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes Business Source
Premier, Academic Source Premier, ERIC, ATLA)
Literature Resource Center……..……. (Comprehensive source for literary topics, includes Twayne
Newsbank: America’s Newspapers…. (625 U.S. newspapers)
ProQuest……………………………….. (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes ABI/Inform Global)
PsycINFO………………………………. (APA abstracts and indexing for psychology subjects)
Westlaw………………………………… (Comprehensive legal resource)
Wilson…………………………………… (Includes Education, Science, Humanities, & Business indexes)
Supplemental Library Resources
Saint Leo encourages students to obtain a public library borrowing card at their earliest convenience.
Many state libraries grant public library cardholders free remote access to multiple online databases
containing full-text articles. For further information, contact your local public library. To find updated links
to all state libraries, as well as public libraries, law libraries, and college libraries in your area, go to
Library Tutorial
The University strongly encourages all students to review the instructional tools. These tools can be
accessed by clicking the links under Get Help. By learning to become more proficient researchers,
students will also enhance their academic success. Please review the Library Tutorial by clicking the link
under Get Help on the library’s homepage and complete the online test which will prepare you for utilizing
the library’s resources and services. A score of 70 or higher is necessary to pass. Please allow yourself
15-20 minutes to take the test.
Additional Assistance:
Technical questions concerning the course should be addressed to the LearningStudio Help Desk by
clicking the Tech Support button in the upper right corner of the Course Home page.

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