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Academic integrity is acting in an honest, moral and fair way to complete any academic tasks in an academic setting (QQI, 2020). This includes class work, exams and assessments, whether completed on campus or remotely.
There are five basic values in academic integrity: Honesty, Trust, Fairness, Respect, and Responsibility, and Courage, which is sometimes needed to always uphold these values (International Center for Academic Integrity, 2014).
Academic integrity underpins any work that you do: assessments in class, at home, exams and alternative assessments.