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Making Wise Decisions
Academic Integrity
Academic Integrity is...
Academic Integrity is Respect.
Adventures in Copyright
Search "Academic Integrity" on scad.edu
Respect the Creative Culture!
"No one will question your integrity if your integrity is not questionable."
-Nathaniel Bronner Jr.
Academic Integrity is...
...Creative Honesty

If in doubt, ASK!
Begin with
creative vision.
Appropriating vs. Plagiarism
"All ideas are second hand"
- Mark Twain
Influence vs. Imitation
-"How to steal like an artist" - Austin Kleon
Ethical vs.
Legal Standards
National laws which establish the percentage of "inspired" material that must be changed.
Protect your professional reputation.
Is This Honest?
A student turns in a project created last Quarter in a studio class as part of the final project in a lecture class.
A student asks a friend who is a photography major to take the photographs needed for part of a class project. The rest of the work was completed independently.

Success = Trust + Mutual Respect
Academic Integrity is Professionalism.
Google "SCAD Academic Integrity"
Student Handbook
MySCAD - Resources
Track, document & report the source of

creative inspiration.
Know the policies and laws governing your work and the work or others.
Academic Integrity is Creative Honesty.
Copyright & Fair Use
Part II
Student Assessment
copying another student’s homework
letting another student copy your work
using notes or a textbook during a test without permission from the professor
collaborating on an assignment without the professor’s permission
having someone else write a paper for you
writing a paper for someone else
Plagiarism is taking someone else’s work and calling it your own.
Stealing a paper.
Lifting paragraphs from other papers and inserting them into your own.
Copying from other sources without proper citation.
Avoid plagiarism by citing work properly.
Ask your professor or check with the SCAD Writer’s Studio.
Double Submission
Double submission is when a student submits the same project to fulfill assignments for two or more separate courses.
For example, turning in the same paper for a course in the winter and one in the spring is a duplicate submission.
Likewise, turning in a drawing for your foundation studies course and using it again in an illustration course is also a double submission and against SCAD’s academic integrity policy.
Theft of Work
Theft of work is not limited to plagiarism.
For example, if your roommate created a sculpture for an assignment, then you took that sculpture and used it as your own – even if you changed it – that is theft of work.
Collusion is two or more students working together on a project or paper without the prior permission of the professor or professors.
Two students working on the same paper for the same or different classes is collusion.
Two or more students working on the same website for class when the professor expects students to work alone is collusion.
Student Assessment
Thank You!
You have successfully completed the Academic Integrity Training.
Resources for Artists
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