Plagiarism is interpreted by the University as the act of presenting the work of others as one’s own work, without acknowledgement. Plagiarism is considered as academically fraudulent, and an offence against University discipline. The University considers plagiarism to be a major offence, and subject to the disciplinary procedures of the University.
Further information is available at:
- Trinity College guide to plagiarism 'Avoiding Plagiarism'
- Plagiarism Matrix of Levels and Consequences
- College Calendar Undergraduate General Regulations on Plagiarism
Ready Steady Write plagiarism tutorial
All students need to complete the Ready Steady Write plagiarism tutorial, a resource developed by the Centre for Academic Practice and eLearning (CAPSL) at Trinity College Dublin, to help you understand and avoid plagiarism and develop your academic writing skills and academic integrity. It is designed so that you can view it from beginning to end or in sections and topics.