Editing Human Centered Data Science (Fall 2019)

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Please be aware of the HCDE Department's and the UW's policies on plagiarism and academic misconduct: [https://www.hcde.washington.edu/policies/plagiarism-and-academic-conduct HCDE Academic Conduct policy]. This policy will be strictly enforced.
 
Please be aware of the HCDE Department's and the UW's policies on plagiarism and academic misconduct: [https://www.hcde.washington.edu/policies/plagiarism-and-academic-conduct HCDE Academic Conduct policy]. This policy will be strictly enforced.
 
The University takes academic integrity very seriously. Behaving with integrity is part of our responsibility to our shared learning community. If you’re uncertain about if something is academic misconduct, ask me. I am willing to discuss questions you might have.
 
 
Acts of academic misconduct may include but are not limited to:
 
 
* Cheating (working collaboratively on quizzes/exams and discussion submissions, sharing answers and previewing quizzes/exams)
 
* Plagiarism (representing the work of others as your own without giving appropriate credit to the original author(s))
 
* Unauthorized collaboration (working with each other on assignments that are intended to be completed on an individual basis)
 
 
Concerns about these or other behaviors prohibited by the Student Conduct Code will be referred for investigation and adjudication by (include information for specific campus office).
 
 
Students found to have engaged in academic misconduct may receive a zero on the assignment (or other possible outcome).
 
  
 
Other academic integrity resources:
 
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