Syllabus LAW 723 winter2013

The expectation in using the socratic teaching method

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Unformatted text preview: Non- Academic Conduct (Policy 61) and may result in the imposition of various penalties. Students are required to adhere to all relevant University policies, such as the Student Code of Non- Academic Conduct. University regulations concerning unacceptable academic conduct (cheating, plagiarism, impersonation, etc.) will be followed. See for example: http://www.ryerson.ca/senate/policies/pol60.pdf and http://www.ryerson.ca/senate/policies/pol61.pdf. Plagiarism is a serious academic offence and penalties range from zero in an assignment all the way to expulsion from the university. In any academic exercise, plagiarism occurs when one offers as one’s own work the words, data, ideas, arguments, calculations, designs or productions of another without appropriate attribution or when one allows one’s work to be copied. Students should review the guidelines regarding academic misconduct. It is assumed that all examinations and work submitted for evaluation and course credit will be the product of individual effort, except in the case of team projects arranged for and approved by the course instructor. Students must ensure that they understand the conventions for referencing sources in footnotes and bibliographies. In addition to citing quotations from all sources, whether from written materials, interviews, or electronic networks, students must credit with footnotes or in- text references all facts and ideas that are not their own, even if they are in their own words. If you do not, it is considered plagiarism. Submitting the same work to more...
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