Introduction to Collusion
From Calum Macphail
The University defines collusion as "a form of plagiarism. It is an unauthorised and unattributed collaboration of students in a piece of assessed work."
As part of your studies, you will be expected to discuss ideas with your lecturers, and with other students. You may also form study groups to analyse your reading, and learn from each other. What distinguishes this from collusion?
Watch this video to find out what collusion is and how to avoid it.