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ARP Resources

ARP Help: Parameters, Proposal, and Samples

MBA Community Economic Develpmt,  the social network for students of the MBA[CED], includes the ARP parameters, samples, and other resources. Click here to login if you have an account, or contact George Karaphillis, Director, MBA[CED] program

ARP: General Information and Structure

CBU Statement on Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity Statement

The Cape Breton University community embraces academic integrity as an essential guiding principle in research and scholarship.

Key areas of academic integrity at Cape Breton University are:

  • Giving proper credit to the work of another person in all my assignments.
  • Not falsifying or copying findings/research.
  • Not using any unauthorized external assistance, including unauthorized electronic devices and/or notes, during exams and tests. 
  • Either doing assignments independently or acknowledging collaboration when appropriate. 
  • Not submitting the work of another. 
  • Not submitting my own work from another class unless authorized to do so.
  • Not helping another violate Cape Breton University’s academic integrity policy.

If you not sure what constitutes a violation of Cape Breton University’s academic integrity policy, you can seek guidance from your professor/instructor, CBU’s librarians, and/or CBU’s Writing Centre. 

Citation Resources

Use Zotero, a freely available citation manager, to save references found while searching for research literature. It not only saves what you find but will create your citations and reference list for you.  CBU Library holds Zotero workshops. Here are links to Zotero as well as a link to an APA guide.