Unauthorized reproduction of copyright material is prohibited and constitutes infringement that carries the risk of civil and criminal liability to both the University and student, as set out in Title 17 United States Code Chapter 5: http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap5.html.
5.1 At the heart of any academic or research endeavor resides the
concept of intellectual property. All copyrighted information (text, images,
icons, programs, video, audio, etc.) retrieved from computer or network
resources must be used in compliance with applicable copyright and other law.
Copied material must be properly attributed. Plagiarism of digital information
is subject to the same sanctions
As apply to plagiarism in any other media. Acquiring or sharing
copyrighted materials without obtaining the appropriate licenses or permissions
may be unlawful.
Unauthorized reproduction of copyright material is prohibited and
constitutes Infringement that carries the risk of civil and criminal liability
to both the University and the student, as set out in Title 17 United States
Code. Chapter 5: http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap5.html
5.2 Plagiarism is prohibited and is a violation of the Student
Honor and Conduct Codes.
Violation of this policy is subject to University administration
disciplinary action, to dismissal.