Enrollment Application Assignment
Please complete the following activities, KEYING ALL ANSWERS in the blanks that are provided.
What is your first and last name? *
Your answer
PART I.
Go to www.flvs.net. Click on the "Quick Link" tab and scroll to first entry (Student Resource Center). Under the "Explore" column on the right, choose the "Quick Start." After watching the FLVS Quick Start video and the Understanding Academic Integrity video, answer the questions that follow.
1. List the five (5) important basics necessary to be a successful online student through FLVS. *
Your answer
2. What does "academic honesty" mean? *
Your answer
3. Where can you find teacher contact information? *
Your answer
4. What tools are provided to help you be a responsible student? *
Your answer
5. What kinds of information can be found on your FLVS dashboard? *
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6. Describe some of the resources available to help students be successful. *
Your answer
PART II.
Go to www.flvs.net. Under the "Quick Links" tab at the top of the page, choose the "Virtual Library."

1. Accept the terms of use by clicking "I Understand."
2. Enter the FLVS Library by clicking on the front doors.
3. Click on "Integrity Policies."
4. Read both pages of Florida Virtual's Integrity Policies.
5. On page 2, click on the link in blue that reads "Tutorial on Plagiarism."
6. Using appropriate sentence structure, punctuation, and spelling, answer the questions that follow.

What does "academic integrity" mean? *
Your answer
In your own words, describe plagiarism. *
Your answer
Provide two (2) examples of plagiarism. *
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How can a student avoid plagiarism? *
Your answer
What is considered "common knowledge"? *
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After watching the plagiarism tutorial, write a paragraph of 3-4 sentences that describes what you learned. *
Your answer
What are the consequences of plagiarizing? *
Your answer
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