Updated: September 9, 2014
Academic integrity is a fundamental value upon which schools, colleges, and universities are built. Students, faculty and staff are expected to contribute candid opinions, reviews and assessments of research and other academic exercises that are vital to sustaining the discussion and exchange of ideas. This conversation stimulates intellectual growth and development among the community and its members. For learning and scholarship to thrive, academic communities cannot tolerate acts of academic dishonesty, such as cheating, misrepresentation or plagiarism.
Vocabulist's utilization can be considered a breach of academic integrity in certain institutions. If your teacher or professor explicitly states that you must manually copy and define words, it is in your best interest that you do NOT use Vocabulist. If you are unsure about the policies of academic integrity at your institution, or if the use of Vocabulist is considered a breach of academic integrity, contact your institution's administration.
Vocabulist is NOT responsible for any possible consequences for breaching academic integrity. By using Vocabulist, you agree to follow any rules in your institution regarding Vocabulist and its use.
The creators of Vocabulist are students who fully believe in academic integrity. Vocabulist requires agreement to this statement in order to make you fully aware of the possible ramifications for breaching a policy of academic integrity.