CHEAT! (do your own work; make sure you cite all sources in papers)
punishment is HARSH and we WILL PUNISH YOU!
donít learn what you are supposed to learn.
cheapens your degree (and the degrees of everyone else).
University of New Brunswick places a high value on academic integrity
and has a policy on plagiarism, cheating and other academic offences.
verbatim or almost verbatim from any source, including all electronic
sources, without acknowledgment; 2. adopting someone elseís line of
thought, argument, arrangement, or supporting evidence without
acknowledgment; 3. submitting someone elseís work, in whatever form
without acknowledgment; 4. knowingly representing as oneís own work any
idea of another.
of other academic offences include: cheating on exams, tests assignments
or reports; impersonating somebody at a test or exam; obtaining an exam,
test or other course materials through theft, collusion, purchase or
other improper manner; submitting course work that is identical or
substantially similar to work that has been submitted for another
course; and more as set out in academic regulations found in the
for plagiarism and other academic offences range from a minimum of F
(zero) in the assignment, exam or test to a maximum of suspension or
expulsion from the University, plus a notation of the academic offence
on the studentís transcript.
information, please see the Undergraduate Calendar, Section B,
Regulation VII. A. or visit:
http://nocheating.unb.ca. It is the studentís responsibility to
know the Regulations.
We now live in a global knowledge-based economy but
how does knowledge become property that can be bought and sold? What is
a copyright, patent, registered industrial design or trademark? What is
know-how and trade secrets? What is the public domain and cultural
property? What rights do you have as a creator, as an employee, as an
employer or as a user? Do rights vary over time and between countries?
These are some of the questions addressed in this survey course which
should appeal to administrators, artists, authors, business persons,
creators, inventors, scholars, scientists and technicians, i.e.,
anyone who creates or uses knowledge at work or play.