Unformatted text preview: tively in what is planned for the class that day, the Teacher may deduct points from the student’s final grade and/or expel the student from the class. Page 7 of 9 140128_MGT 353 2014 IS‐VNU Syllabus.docx All curriculum material protected by U.S. copyright laws. Unauthorized sale or reproduction is strictly prohibited. Keuka College 2013‐2014 Academic Honesty Academic honesty is very important to Keuka College. All written work must meet the standards of work for students at Keuka College, as set by the faculty. Plagiarism (the use of another’s material without citation or reference) will not be tolerated. Cheating on exams, or copying parts of other’s assignments, will result in a ‘0’ grade for that assignment for all parties involved. That means both the person who copies from another student and the person who allows their work to be copied may receive a ‘0’ grade. Cheating on a final exam or final project can result in a student receiving an “F” for the course. The Teacher may also officially notify the university that students were caught cheating and identify the names of the cheaters. Examples of cheating are: Having a tutor or friend complete all or a portion of an assignment. Having any other person make revisions to a student’s final...
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