Unversity Codes

Unversity Codes - Ethics for Students and Future Engineers...

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Ethics for Students and Future Engineers McGill University
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This presentation has been modified and changed from the one which was prepared originally by professor Frank Mucciardi the past associate Dean of Engineering
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Ethics for Students and Future Engineers ± Rules and Regulations: ± Society (Federal, Provincial and Municipal Laws) ± University (and Faculty and EUS) ± Order of Engineers (Québec i.e. Code of Ethics)
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± you are expected to abide by the rules and regulations of this institution. ± However, you should also expect that the University respect your rights and freedoms. As a member of McGill U
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Where can I Find out about these rules ± The Handbook of Student Rights and Responsibilities of McGill University spells these out clearly. ± It’s referred to as the Green Book . Contact the university ombudsperson or the Dean of Students . ± The complete document is also available on the McGill Web page .
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± Message from the Office of the Provost Senate on January 29, 2003 approved the following resolution on academic integrity, which requires that a reminder to students be printed on every course outline: Whereas, McGill University values academic integrity;Whereas, every term, there are new students who register for the first time at McGill and who need to be informed about academic integrity; Whereas, it is beneficial to remind returning students about academic integrity; Be it resolved that instructors include the following statement on all course outlines: McGill UNIVERSITY VALUES ACADEMIC INTEGRITY. THEREFORE ALL STUDENTS MUST UNDERSTAND THE MEANING AND CONSEQUENCES OF CHEATING, PLAGIARISM AND OTHER ACADEMIC OFFENCES UNDER THE CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES (see www.mcgill.ca/integrity for more information). Be it further resolved that failure by an instructor to include a statement about academic integrity on a course outline shall not constitute an excuse by a student for violating the Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures.
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± We sincerely prescribe it but do not give prescription
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Cheating and Plagiarism Cheating: ± In 1998, there were 6 cases in one exam (first exam of schedule) where students had written equations etc. . on their calculator covers. Invigilators have been instructed to look for this. ± You are responsible for your belongings. ± In the case of assignments, reports etc. . you cannot have someone else do the work and claim you did it . ± Year(2003-2004) 8 students cheated in the mid exam, Computer evaluation informed us.
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Plagiarism Some might think “Copying from one is Plagiarism and copying from 10 is research “* *Wilson Mizner ± Do not believe it Reference everything
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In the summer of 1998 there were 2 students who submitted reports for an ‘Impact of Technology’ course which the instructor concluded were plagiarized . ± All the evidence was submitted to the dean of student.
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course MIME 221 taught by Professor Hassani during the Spring '10 term at MO Southern.

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