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Plagiarism is the act of using someone’s else’s work in an academic context and passing it off as one’s own in order to benefit in some way from doing so.
Use this form to make a complaint involving a member of staff or a service they provide. Please refer to any available evidence if appropriate and attach any relevant documentation in this respect.
When registering at the Institute, all students are given the Student Handbook which contains of the Code of Conduct and information on Disciplinary Procedures.
The new policy means that any car that is not parked in a designated carparking space is liable to be clamped. The unclamping charge will be €60.
A Guide to the functions, structure, services and records of Dundalk Institute of Technology, prepared in accordance with Section 15 of the Freedom of Information Act, 1997.
This code exists to ensure that all Library users have access to suitable learning environments. All readers in all parts of the Library are expected to adhere to the following regulations and failure to comply with this code will result in the application of penalties as outlined within.
Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) is committed to being an inclusive student centred environment. It aims to provide a supportive environment that will help all students, including those with mental health difficulties to realise their academic potential.
The report consists of four chapters. After the introductory chapter on context, aims and principles, there follow chapters on standards and guidelines for quality assurance; a peer review system for quality assurance agencies; and future perspectives and challenges.
The procedure for making a complaint as a student.
Continuous Assessment Policy & Procedures
Document updated with revised CA Coversheet, March 2014, following agreement at AMPC meeting No 19, 19.11.12