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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, LAW & GOVERNANCE
GROUP ASSESSMENT TASK COVER SHEET
Students
Please sign, date and attach cover sheet to front of written assessment task OR
submit as a separate document for non-written assessment task.
A cover sheet is to be completed for each assessment task.
SUBJECT CODE
SUBJECT TITLE
STUDENT FAMILY NAME Student Given Name JCU Student Number
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
ASSESSMENT TITLE
DUE DATE
LECTURER NAME
TUTOR NAME
Student Declaration
1. This assignment is my/our original work and no part has been copied/ reproduced from any other person’s work or from any other
sou
rce, except where acknowledgement has been made (see Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy 5.1).
2. This work has not been submitted for any other course/subject (see Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy 5.9).
3. This assignment has not been written for me/u
s.
4. I/We hold a copy of this assignment and can produce a copy if requested.
5. This work may be used for the purposes of moderation and identifying plagiari
sm.
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. I/We give permission for a copy of this marked assignment to be retained by the College for benchmarking and course review and
accreditation purposes.
Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy 5.1. A student who submits work containing plagiarised material for assessment will be subject to the
provisions of the Student Academic Misconduct Requirements.
No
te definition of plagiarism and self plagiarism in Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy:
Plagiarism: reproduction without acknowledgement of another person’s words, work or expressed thoughts from any source. The definition of
words, works and thoughts includes such representations as diagrams, drawings, sketches, pictures, objects, text, lecture hand-outs, artistic works
and other such expressions of ideas, but hereafter the term ‘work’ is used to embrace all of these. Plagiarism comprises not only direct copying of
aspects of another person’s work but also the reproduction, even if slightly rewritten or adapted, of someone else’s ideas. In both cases, someone
else’s work is presented as the student’s own. Under the Australian Copyright Act 1968 a copyright owner can take legal action in the courts against
a party who has infringed their copyright.
Self Plagiarism: the use of one’s own previously assessed material being resubmitted without acknowledgement or citing of the original.
Student signature(s)
i.………………………………………… Submission date ……../……../ …….. iv……………………… Submission date ……../……../ ……..
ii………………………………………… Submission date ……../……../ …….. v ……………………… Submission date ……../……../ ……..
iii………………………………………… Submission date ……../……../ …….. vi……………………… Submission date ……../……../ ……..
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