Plagiarism, cheating and attempting to obtain an unfair academic advantage are forms of academic misconduct and are entirely unacceptable for any student registered in a CAMRT Continuing Professional Development course.
Plagiarism is the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one’s own original work.
Cheating is an attempt to gain an inappropriate advantage in an academic evaluation. Examples of cheating are:
- Obtaining a copy of an examination before it is officially available.
- Copying another person’s answers to an examination question during the examination.
- Consulting an unauthorized source during an examination.
- Bringing an unauthorized source specific to the subject into an evaluation.
Action to be taken by CAMRT
Plagiarism and cheating are entirely unacceptable and will not be tolerated by the CAMRT. As such, these forms of academic misconduct will be subject to the following disciplinary policies:
The student must submit original work. Automatic disqualification from the course will occur if plagiarism is confirmed. The student will not be allowed to continue with the course and will be ineligible to re-apply for this particular course for one (1) full year.
An automatic failure will be assigned to any student caught cheating on the final exam. The student will be disqualified from the course and will be ineligible to re-apply for this particular course for one (1) year.