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This paper deals with the development of students’ responsibility as a tool of academic integrity and it aims to develop the way of improvement of students’ responsibility of dealing with information and consider the results of its implementation. The study involved theoretical analysis and experimental activity. The research data were collected using the special questionnaire for study responsibility in dealing with information. The authors suggest the development of a module covering ethics of dealing with information to be included in the courses within students’ curriculum. The experimental activity of such courses implementation resulted in the improvement of levels of students’ responsibility. The experimental data obtained during the implementation of two module topics into the courses of English for Specific Purposes and Practice of Translation from the First Foreign Language enabled the authors to admit their efficiency for the development of responsibility and academic integrity.
Keywords: Responsibility, translation, academic integrity, information literacy, ethics.
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