Unformatted text preview: garded as plagiarism, and will be considered a form of academic misconduct. Copying someone’s homework is plagiarism and a violation of University poli-cies on academic integrity. The two points you earn for group work is not likely to make that big a dif-ference in your ﬁnal grade (it may help in borderline cases). But, we have found that a great many people are helped considerably ( intellectually ) by talking the material over with other students. This is not, of course, a requirement; no one will be penalized for this . The grade ranges for the course will not be set on the assumption that people are working in groups (the same goes for all forms of extra-credit that we might oﬀer). So, if you prefer working alone or have a schedule incompatible with engaging in group work, that’s OK....
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course PHILOSOPHY 101 taught by Professor Buechner during the Fall '06 term at Rutgers.
- Fall '06