Academic misconduct at the University of Toronto is defined by the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters. Generally, academic misconduct is any behaviour, intentional or otherwise, that gives a student unearned or unfair advantage in academic work over other students.
As a student, you alone are responsible for ensuring the integrity of your work and for understanding what constitutes an academic offence. Not knowing the University’s expectations is not an excuse. Educate yourself!
Academic Integrity resources are available.