Per the UNL Student Code of Conduct: "The maintenance of academic honesty and integrity is a vital concern of the University community.
Any student found guilty of academic dishonesty shall be subject to both academic and disciplinary sanctions."
A. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, the following: Copying or attempting to copy from an academic test or examination
of another student; using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information, notes, study aids or other devices for an academic test,
examination or exercise; engaging or attempting to engage the assistance of another individual in misrepresenting the academic performance
of a student; communicating information in an unauthorized manner to another person for an academic test, examination or exercise; plagiarism;
tampering with academic records and examinations; falsifying identity; aiding other students in academic dishonesty, and other behaviors in
the student judicial code of conduct, Article III section B (stuafs.unl.edu/dos/code)
B. The penalties for academic dishonesty will be severe, and may range from receiving a failing grade on the test or assignment, failing the
course in which academic dishonesty took place, or the possibility of expulsion from the university. Faculty will report all cases of academic
dishonesty to the Dean of Students at UNL, who will place a report in the student's permanent file. A file of academic integrity violations
will also be maintained by the College of Business.
C. If you copy, or substantially copy, work from anyone else on a paper, the work must be put in quotes and the source(s) cited. Otherwise,
it is plagiarism. If plagiarism or other forms of academic dishonesty are found on a group work assignment, it is possible that every member
of the group will be punished. It is to your advantage to check out anything that does not seem like the work of your group members or
colleagues. Written assignments are subject to verification plagiarism detection software.
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