Honesty in Academic Work_ A Guide for Students and Teachers

Honesty in Academic Work_ A Guide for Students and Teachers...

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*Home Back to the content page* <index.htm> *Section 1 What is plagiarism* <p01.htm> *Section 2 Proper use of source material* <p02.htm> *Section 3 Citation styles* <p03.htm> *Section 4 Plagiarism and copyright violation* <p04.htm> *Section 5 CUHK regulations on honesty in academic work * <p05.htm> *Section 6 CUHK disciplinary guidelines and procedures * <p06.htm> *Section 7 Guide for teachers and departments * <p07.htm> *Section 8 Recommended material to be included in course outlines * <p08.htm> *Section 9 Electronic submission of assignments via VeriGuide* <p09.htm> *Section 10 Declaration to be included in assignment* <p10.htm>* Questions and Comments* <comments_.htm> *Appendix A Detailed guidelines on proper use of source material* <p02a.htm> *Appendix B Proper use of online resources* <p02b.htm> The Chinese University of Hong Kong places very high importance on honesty in academic work submitted by students, and adopts a policy of /zero tolerance/ on cheating in examinations and plagiarism. Any related
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course IEE IEG1001 taught by Professor Wongpochoi during the Spring '09 term at CUHK.

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