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Roles and Duties for the Submission of Products by Students Compiler : Puts together the final product and includes the work done only by those who participated on time. Informs the student in charge of alerts about people who did not participate and will not be included in the final product. Reviser/editor : Makes sure the written work follows all the criteria established in the activity guide. Evaluator : Evaluates the final document to ensure it follows the evaluation criteria of the rubric and informs the student in charge of alerts about any changes that need to be made before delivering the product. Deliveries : Student in charge of informing about the dates set for presenting each task and delivering the final product according to the course agenda. Also informs other students that the final product has been sent. Alerts : Informs group participants about any news in the work being done and reports the delivery of the final product to the course tutor. References All references considered for this activity have to be cited using APA Style Plagiarism Policy Students must be aware of the risks and penalties in case of plagiarism. Under the Academic Code of Conduct, the actions that infringe the academic order, among others, are the following: paragraph e) "Plagiarism is to present as your own work all or part of a written report, task or document of invention carried out by another person. It also implies the use of citations or lack of
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references, or it includes citations where there is no match between these and the reference" and paragraph f) " To reproduce, or copy for profit, educational resources or results of research products, which have rights reserved for the University ". (Acuerdo 029 - 13 De Diciembre de 2013, Artículo 99) The academic penalties that the student will face are: a) In case of academic fraud demonstrated in the academic work or evaluation, the score obtained will be zero (0.0) without any disciplinary measures being derived.
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