Links for Current Students

Da Vinci Policies

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Moodle e-Learning Platform

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e-Resources

The online resources available to you will assist you in your research and assignments that you may receive. Click here.

Evaluation Online

Go to Evaluation Online by clicking here.

Student OnBoarding guide

Student contract

Please take note of the following attachments

Notice of intent to submit

Dissertation / Thesis guidelines

Ethical Clearance Application Form

What is Plagiarism?

According to Merriam Webster (2017), plagiarism is defined as “the act of using another person’s words or ideas without giving credit to that person.” As an academic institution, The Da Vinci Institute is committed to raising awareness to students about the importance of submitting their own and original work.  In this context, a lack of paraphrasing, incorrect referencing and a lack of referencing constitutes plagiarism.

How can Da Vinci help you!

The Institute assists students in their understanding of what constitutes plagiarism, the levels of plagiarism and how to paraphrase and reference correctly, in the following ways:

Harvard Referencing guide

Professional writing guide

The plagiarism policy

The documents above are found under the “important documents” on Moodle. Kindly contact your Programme Convener if you require any information or assistance accessing any of the above documents. 

Strive for originality!

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For any further information please contact

Prof Krishna Govender, Dean: Research: krishna@davinci.ac.za

Raymond Toga, Programme Coordinator – Higher Certificate/Diploma students: raymond@davinci.ac.za

Niradna Bechoo, Programme Coordinator – Bachelor students: Niradna@davinci.ac.za  

Rinaka Moodliar, Programme Convener – Postgraduate students: Rinaka@davinci.ac.za

Tumi Pitsie, Programme Convener – Postgraduate students: tumi@davinci.ac.za