Plagiarism – Misappropriation, translation, acquisition or/and dissemination someone else’s fruits of intellectual labor, text, idea, concept, visual or/and audio material as well as any type of data without attribution.
Self-plagiarism – The use of one’s own work in another work without citing the original source
Falsification – Falsification or distortion of data, information or references in academic work
Fraud – The use of different methods and fraudulent ways to obtain, misappropriate and disseminate someone else’s fruits of intellectual labor with or without author’s prior consent and presenting as one’s own intellectual work.
Minor Misconduct – Inappropriate and incomplete references, including incomplete or incorrect bibliographic entries, footnotes or/and citations; Direct copy of several sentences without attributing a source; Several cases of paraphrasing without attributing a source.
Misconduct – Use of several paragraphs of sections without attributing a source; Frequent use of paraphrasing in a work without attributing a source; Use of one and the same work to get mark in different courses/components. The exception is use of one’s own work(s) in full or their specific components in a compiled qualification work.
Gross Misconduct – Presenting someone else’s work, which was purchased, fraudulently obtained, stolen, retrieved from internet sources or obtained with other methods/ways as one’s own and/or use of sources of considerable amount or/and value without attribution; Paraphrasing other author’s opinions, ideas and texts of considerable amount or/and value without attributing a source; Self-plagiarism and falsification.
Plagiarism Detection Electronic Software – Electronic software that determines similarities among texts and calculates percentage of non-original pieces of text in a given work.