A general definition of cheating is the use or attempted use of unauthorized materials or information for an academic exercise.
Examples of cheating include but are not limited to:
- Using unauthorized materials such as books, notes, calculators or other aids during an examination or other academic exercises;
- Receiving unauthorized assistance from another person during an exam or exercise such as copying answers, receiving answer signals, conversation or having another person take an examination for you;
- Providing assistance to another person during an exam or exercise, such as allowing your answers to be copied, signaling answers or taking an exam for someone else;
- Obtaining answers and/or other information without authorization from someone who has previously taken an examination;
- Including all or a portion of previous work for another assignment without authorization; and
- Appropriating another person’s ideas, processes, result, or words without giving appropriate credit, i.e. an appropriate attribution or citation (plagiarism). For example, a student who quotes verbatim the results of a previous student’s work in a required term paper, but fails to credit the individual through citation. The work is recent and thus cannot be considered common knowledge.
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