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The College will regard the following acts as violations of academic integrity constituting academicdishonesty. Although the list and descriptions are not intended to be exhaustive of all types or instances ofacademic dishonesty, they are presented as examples of behavior to avoid. It is explicitly the student’sresponsibility to avoid academic dishonesty of all kinds, and each student is required to seek guidance inadvance of taking any questionable action, including but not limited to those enumerated, below.Plagiarism:A student will be considered in violation of standards for academic integrity if they submit anassignment in any form (written, oral, graphic, or computer-generated, etc.) which consists wholly orpartially of the words, work, or ideas of another individual without giving the original author proper credit.A similar violation would occur in cases where a student submits a paper or other project/assignment for5
one course that was originally created for another course even if that student was the originator of thepaper/project/assignment in the first instance. Similarly, using facts, figures, graphs, charts or informationwithout acknowledging the source constitutes plagiarism, which may occur verbally, in written form,through computer programs and files, research methods, designs, particular distinctive words or phrases,ideas and images or any other information that was created by another person without acknowledgementof that person’s role in its creation. Inadvertent or unintentional misuse or appropriation of another’swork (such as relying heavily on source material that is not expressly acknowledged) is still consideredplagiarism.Copying/Cheating:A student will be considered in violation of academic integrity standards if they gain, orattempts to gain, credit for work by dishonest or deceptive means. Examples include the use of crib notes,cheat sheets, books, or any other material or electronic device as aids in an examination or any othergraded exercise, unless the instructor of the class has given explicit permission to use such materials.Collaboration with another student on an examination or other graded exercise, unless the instructor hasgiven permission, also constitutes copying. It is the policy of the College to prohibit phones, smartwatches, and other similar devices during examinations. Prior to administering an examination, instructorswill require all such devices are turned off and stored in an inaccessible place. Failure to comply with thispolicy will constitute a violation of the academic integrity policy. If a student is found in possession of sucha device during an examination, they will be assigned a score of 0 for the examination. Further examplesinclude: copying assignments from another source (classmate, etc.); working with others on exams orhomework that is not explicitly permitted by the instructor to be collaborative; looking at anotherstudent’s paper or screen during an exam or assignment; disclosing exam content to others during an

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E mail, Academia, Academic dishonesty, Helena College

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