Do not cheat! Cheating does not help you learn, but it does something to your character. Simply put, academic integrity is just about respect: you respect yourself by submitting only your own work; you respect others by acknowledging their contributions. Students agree that by taking this course all submitted assignments may be subject to similarity reviews using a plagiarism detection software (for example, MOSS). The Department of Computer Science faculty take violations of the Cornell University Code of Academic Integrity seriously. You must follow the Cornell University Code of Academic Integrity. The CS1112 Code of Academic Integrity includes specific remarks that you should follow. Ignorance of the code is not an acceptable excuse.
- You may discuss work with other students. Generally, discussing an algorithm, approach, or general form of code is acceptable. However, cooperation should never involve other students possessing a copy of all, or a portion of, your work, regardless of format.
- You may not remove your partner's name from an assignment unless you do not use each other's work.
- Any output you submit must be generated by your submitted programs.
- You and your partner submit one assignment.
- You may not alter your homework before submitting it for a regrade.
- You may not copy code found on the internet and submit it as your work, unless the code is specifically given as part of the assignment.
Using your personal response device (clicker):
Contact a member of the course staff immediately if you suspect a violation of the Code of Academic Integrity.