2010 LA Academic Integrity Contract

2010 LA Academic - Language Arts Academic Integrity Contract Cheating can be defined as achieving or conspiring to achieve class credit or

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Language Arts Academic Integrity Contract Cheating can be defined as achieving or conspiring to achieve class credit or advantage, for yourself or another student, by dishonest or unfair means. This includes the following: Using notes or an electronic device on a closed-note test. Gaining access to test questions ahead of time. Providing test questions and/or answer to another student. Communicating with classmates during test. Giving yourself an unfair advantage when re-taking a test (giving yourself extra time, for example). Any other unfair or dishonest achievement of credit or advantage including copying homework or allowing someone else to copy your homework, working with others on an assignment that was meant to be done individually, or using summaries or Cliff’s Notes instead of reading assigned material. Plagiarism can be defined as claiming the words and/or ideas of another person as your own. It includes the following: Incorporating the ideas of another writer (usually a classmate or a published author) into
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course LIT 341 taught by Professor Lisle during the Fall '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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