• Academic Dishonesty may include, but is not limited to, the following:
    • Claiming credit for work not one’s own (copying homework, test answers, etc)
    • Allowing others to claim credit for your work (allowing others to view your homework or
    • assignments)
    • Using notes or other unauthorized material
    • Being involved in unauthorized communication during a test or other assessment
    • Plagiarism – copying published works on the ideas of others without proper source attribution, including down-loading of computer files, either directly or with only minor editing.
    • Unauthorized submission of work for one class that has already been accepted for credit in another class or school
    • Accessing or providing unauthorized material prior to assessment, including revealing test information
    • Submitting work substantially done by someone else (parent, tutor, sibling, etc.)
    • Unauthorized use of translation program in World Languages
    • Forgery
     
Last Modified on July 23, 2008