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Unformatted text preview: Computer Science 168 Course Policies Spring 2010 IMPORTANT: Please read this document and sign below. Return it to a TA on hours or after class. You will not receive credit for any assignments until we have this on file. Most CS courses at Brown allow virtually no cooperation or discussion between students. Many students and TAs feel that these policies actually stifle the learning process to some extent, and have spoken out in favor of a more liberal and honor-system-based policy that depends on the maturity of the students to know what work should be their own and what they can share with their peers. So we’re doing things a little differently in CS168, loosening up the policies in the hope of stimulating a better learning environment. Without going outside the basic Academic Code (see Basic Policy, “Prin- ciples of the Brown University Community,” http://www.brown.edu/Administration/Dean of the College/ academic code/code.html), we are providing the following set of guidelines....
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- Spring '10
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