•Violation of Course Rules
•Facilitating Academic Dishonesty
As the comes to mind to think of academic misconduct or plagiarism is the idea that a person has used words or sentences from someone else’s work, and not given the person credit. Plagiarism explained includes, plagiarism, collusion, and cheating. •Plagiarism- involves the use of another person’s work without full and clear referencing and acknowledgment. •Collusion- is a specific of cheating, that occurs when two or more students fail to abide by directions from the examiner regarding the permitted level of collaboration on an assessment. •Cheating- involves presenting another student’s work as your own. According to the University of Waterloo it states that “Copying and Pasting is never appropriate.” I choose this because I did that many of times in grammar school and never sited my sources. But now I know that you always have to show proof of where you got your information from. Below are examples of the more common violations. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of what NOT to do, as it is impossible to summarize all examples of academic misconduct: •Forgetting to use quotation marks for verbatim quotes
•Forgetting to reference the source of information (including quotations, paraphrasing, research, etc.) •Using someone else's words, whether a phrase, sentence, paragraph, or more, without proper acknowledgment •Posting work you do not own (i.e. copyrighted info) on a web site •Resubmitting an essay or assignment (in whole or in part) for another course (or a repeated course) without explicit permission from the prof(s) •Failing to acknowledge help from a peer (excessive collaboration) •Sharing or discussing data, answers, or assignment info with others before it is graded •Communicating with others during a test or exam
•Splitting up questions among members of your study group •Encouraging others not to submit their work
•Copying work from others, or allowing your work to be copied •Copying or sharing, in whole or in part, from any source (verbal, text or web) without properly acknowledging it in your work •Doing work for others or having someone do work for you (for free or a fee) •Obtaining a medical note (Verification of Illness form) without having a serious medical issue •Having unauthorized aids (i.e. cheat sheets, programmable calculators, etc.) during an assignment, test, or exam •Cheating in any form (meaning anything that results in you is not doing the work on your own). According to the University of Judicial Affairs Section 2, C its states: The Costs of Academic Dishonesty
Others may decide to cheat. If so, don't assume that it is tolerated. Students can be suspended or expelled permanently from the College or University for academic misconduct. A failing grade in a course is a common sanction. In addition, scholastic dishonesty leads to the creation of a disciplinary record, which may impact your future...