In order to abide by the University's policies on academic honesty, please follow strictly these rules:
- First of all, read carefully the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty.
- In all your messages, assignments, essays and exams, any material quoted word-for-word from any source must
be enclosed in quotation marks ("") and properly referenced. For
the referencing conventions commonly used, please check the Libraries website.
In particular, check 'Style/Writers' Manuals.'
- In all your assignments, essays and exams, any material paraphrased—that is, rephrased or reworded by you—should
not be enclosed in quotation marks, but should still be referenced as indicated under the previous bullet.
- While you can discuss your work with other fellow students, the assignments, essays, and exams you submit must
be your own, personal work.
- Failure to abide by these rules will result at least in a loss of points, and may lead to the penalties described in the
Senate Policy on Academic Honesty (see first bullet). If you have any doubts, please ask or send e-mail to the instructor.
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Last Modification Date: 03 November 2002