Resources and Support
HKBU offers a range of learning support resources on academic integrity.
Academic Integrity Online Tutorial (AIOT)
This is an introduction to academic integrity aiming to increase students’ awareness of related issues. All undergraduate and taught postgraduate students (except those in Professional Doctorate programmes) are required to complete the AIOT. Click here for a step-by-step guide to the AIOT.
University Life Orientation Workshop 2 (UOW 2): Insight into HKBU’s 7 Graduate Attributes
This Workshop employs augmented reality and mobile technologies to motivate students to learn about academic integrity and ethics, internalise key concepts, and apply them in everyday settings. All undergraduate students are required to complete this Workshop before graduation (under University Life programme).
All undergraduate students are welcome to seek advice and guidance on their academic endeavors, such as developing effective study skills and understanding academic policies and regulations. Please click here for details.
Language Enhancement Services
The Language Centre’s Speaking and Writing Enhancement Services (SWES) offer individualised writing support and assistance on paraphrasing and documenting your sources.
Psychological Counselling Services
The Counselling and Development Centre of the Office of Student Affairs provides counselling support on managing stress, anxiety, and academic planning.
Plagiarism detection software such as Turnitin and iThenticate checks how much your submitted work is similar to other similar texts in its database. You may also use EndNote 20 to organise cited sources of your work. Check with your course instructors if there are any special requirements on the plagiarism detection software to be used before submitting your work.