CSCI 545 : Introduction to Robotics









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Academic Integrity Policy

Course Academic Integrity Policy

Academic dishonesty includes (but not limited to) the following:

  1. Giving or receiving information during an exam.
  2. Unauthorized or malicious use of computing facilities.
  3. Deception or misrepresentation in a student's dealing with the instructor, teaching assistant, or grader.
  4. Inappropriate collaboration on or coping of homework assignments. Students are encouraged to discuss the readings with one another, even when the discussion relates to assignments. As log as the purpose of discussion is to help the student's understanding of the material, and not to reduce or share the work, such discussion will not be deemed inappropriate.
  5. Plagiarism, the submission of material authored by another person but represented as the students own work. It does not matter whether the original work author gave permission.
  6. Any violation of academic integrity standards described in the student conduct code. Students are expected to be familiar with these standards.

All students are responsible for reading and following the Student Conduct Code. Note that the USC Student Conduct Code prohibits plagiarism. Some examples of what is not allowed by the conduct code: copying all or part of someone else's work (by hand or by looking at others' files, either secretly or if shown), and submitting it as your own; giving another student in the class a copy of your assignment solution; and consulting with another student during an exam. If you have questions about what is allowed, please discuss it with the instructor.

Students who violate university standards of academic integrity are subject to disciplinary sanctions, including failure in the course and suspension from the university. Since dishonesty in any form harms the individual, other students, and the university, policies on academic integrity will be strictly enforced. Violations of the Student Conduct Code will be filed with the Office of Student Conduct.




Last Updated: June 30, 2010