responsible for knowing the rules governing the use of another's work or materials and for acknowledging and documenting the source appropriately.” ASU states that “Academic dishonesty, including inappropriate collaboration, will not be tolerated. There are severe sanctions for cheating, plagiarizing and any other form of dishonesty.” In serious cases, your instructors can (and have) request that you be expelled from the university. All contents of lectures, exercises, quizzes and exams are under copyright protection. You may NOT distribute, post, sell, or buy any notes, exercises, quizzes or exams without written permission from the instructor (and publisher). Unauthorized use of their intellectual property is unethical, illegal, and potentially constitutes plagiarism, and will be dealt with as such. DISABILITIES: If you need special accommodation for testing (e.g. extra time) or during the lab portion of the course, please visit the Disability Resource Center, , and discuss your special needs with the DRC staff within the first week of the semester. Be sure your instructors (lecture and lab) know about your association with DRC as soon as possible. If you need any special accommodations in the lab please also inform Anup Abraham <[email protected]>.
Page 6 of 6 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY The following is an excerpt from the official Arizona State University policy on Academic Integrity. This policy may be viewed in its entirety at: . Each student must act with honesty and integrity, and must respect the rights of others in carrying out all academic assignments. A student may be found to have engaged in academic dishonesty if, in connection with any Academic Evaluation or academic or research assignment (including a paid research position), they: Engages in any form of academic deceit. Refers to materials or sources or uses devices (e.g., computer disks, audio recorders, camera phones, text messages, crib sheets, calculators, solution manuals, materials from previous classes, or commercial research services) not authorized by the instructor for use during the Academic Evaluation or assignment. Possesses, reviews, buys, sells, obtains, or uses, without appropriate authorization, any materials intended to be used for an Academic Evaluation or assignment in advance of its administration. Acts as a substitute for another person in any Academic Evaluation or assignment. Uses a substitute in any Academic Evaluation or assignment. Depends on the aid of others, including other students or tutors, in connection with any Academic Evaluation or assignment to the extent that the work is not representative of the student's abilities.
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