World Quant University is proud to debut a new whiteboard video to help international students better understand the nuances of what is considered plagiarism in higher learning, especially by US-based institutions. As a University committed to high quality and accessible educational opportunities, it is imperative that our students understand and adhere to the highest standards of integrity and academic honesty so they can excel in and beyond the classroom.
“When you have students from over 100 countries learning together in a collaborative environment, it is imperative that everyone hold themselves accountable to the highest standards,” said WQU CEO, Daphne Kis. “We created this video as a resource not only for our students, but for students around the world so they can make the most of the opportunities they are given.”
Anyone who is interested in learning more about plagiarism can check out the video below for example scenarios and tips to ensure their work is of the highest academic standards.
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