Academic integrity is about being honest and responsible in your study and research activities in and out of the classroom.
Academic integrity is the foundation of university success. Learning how to express original ideas, cite sources, work independently, and report results accurately and honestly are skills that carry you beyond university to serve you in the workforce. Learn about Academic Integrity at academicintegrity.ubc.ca
For more from the UBC Learning Commons, refer to resource guides below.
Avoid plagiarism Cite sources Respect copyright
Explore additional resource guides on the UBC Learning Commons website.
More tools and tips for citing your sources
APA is the citation style most commonly used in business courses. Check with your instructor to see if he or she has a preferred style. The Library has guides on how to learn and use APA style, as well as examples of using APA with business databases.
Getting started with APA citation style APA business citation examples
The Library has guides on how to cite using major styles such as MLA, Chicago and more.