A person is guilty of plagiarism if the work of other authors is used in part or in full in papers, theses and other written assessments of competence without stating the source (books, journal article, report, internet website, etc.). Such use of texts also includes quoting or paraphrasing without clearly indicating that this has been done. Plagiarism is strictly forbidden and sanctions will be imposed by the Examination Board if the lecturer signals that plagiarism has taken place.