K-MSG-L Notes 20 (33) - honesty. ownattempt.Ascholar'...

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honesty. A person shall not receive credit score for execute that is not the item of the student s  own attempt. A scholar's name on any released exercise is really a statement that the execute is  caused by the scholar's own thought and research, mentioned in students own conditions, and  developed without the assistance of others, except in quotes, footnotes or resources with  appropriate acknowledgement of the resource." In particular, students must be aware that content (including ideas, phrases, sentences, etc.) taken from the Online and other resources MUST be  appropriately mentioned if quoted, and footnoted in any released execute turned in for this, or  any, NECB category. Also, students will not be allowed to collaborate on execute except by the  particular permission of the trainer. Failing to cite resources properly may outcome in a referral 
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