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Academic Research: A Guide for International Students: Academic Integrity

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DU Honor Code

DU Honor Code

"Our values are defined as:

Integrity: acting in an honest and ethical manner;

Respect: honoring differences in people, ideas, and opinions;

Responsibility: accepting ownership for one’s own conduct"

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Giving Credit: Acknowledging Authors

What is Academic Integrity?
The University of Denver is committed to truth and honesty. All students, staff and faculty are responsible for being honest and ethical.

What is Attribution?
Attribution is giving credit to the person who created the original work. When you attribute a work, you acknowledge that someone else came up with the idea first.  We give credit to someone else's work by citing their work.

What is Intellectual Property?
Legal ownership of an original idea

What is Copyright?
The legal rights granted to create and distribute information resources

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Contact:
Visit our "Make an Appointment" page to schedule a research consultation with a reference librarian.

You can also get in touch with the Research Center Desk during our operating hours at (303) 871-2905.