Copying any written assignment such as papers

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● Copying any written assignment such as papers, homework, lab reports, ENG105 Library Skills Assignment. ● Copying any electronic assignments such as papers, homework, lab reports, programs, etc. Do not copy something from the Internet and call it your own. ● Purchase of all or part of papers, reports, workbooks, or other assignments. ● False statements designed to earn the student the right to make up missed work. Turnitin Instructors may require student papers to be submitted to Turnitin to be reviewed against multiple sources to detect plagiarism. All papers submitted would be included in Turnitin’s database for future comparison and detection of plagiarism. Turnitin would not use these papers for any other purpose. All offenses will be reported to the Dean of Student Support and Success where a record is made and retained. (The instructor will decide how to handle each case of dishonesty, unless the penalty exceeds failing the course or affects something other than grades.) Consequences of cheating or academic dishonesty may include any of the following: ● Receive a warning and retake the test or redo the assignment. ● Ability to retake the test or redo the assignment with a loss of points. ● Receive a grade of zero on assignment or test. ● Receive an "F" in the course. Access the complete Student Handbook through the Key Documents (for Students) menu at the top of the MyLCCC homepage. Veteran and Returning Adult Services: Special services are available to Veterans and Returning Adults (students over the age of 25). These services include access to a learning specialist, a special lounge, workshops and more. Please contact Leslie Bartholomew, Director of Returning Adult and Veteran Student Services, for further information at 610-799-1545 or [email protected] . Support Services for Students with Disabilities: Students with disabilities (a substantial limitation of one or more major life activities for greater than six months) must first contact the Office of Disability Support Services (SH 150) at 6107991156 to request course accommodations. Students are also encouraged to personally discuss arrangements with the instructor if there is a need to share medical emergency information or if there is a need for special building evacuation assistance in an emergency situation. Support Services for Students with Temporary Impairment: Students requesting assistance due to a temporary impairment (such as injury, illness, or a condition related to pregnancy) that impairs or influences a student’s ability to fully participate
-7- in academic activities should complete a Request for Assistance Due to Temporary Impairment. Documentation from the student’s treatment provider, describing the temporary impairment must also be submitted with the request. Submit all documents to the Office of Educational Support Center, (ESC) located in Science Hall, SH 150 or email them to the Director of Learning Support, Karen Ladley , [email protected] .

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