Important arrangements and rules are listed here, please read the information carefully.
Computer Science 2
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should understand
|Monday||10:00–10:50||Lecture||A407, General Engineering Building|
|Tuesday||08:00–08:50||Lecture||A407, General Engineering Building|
|Friday||11:00–11:50||Lecture||A407, General Engineering Building|
The Stellenbosch University Policy on Plagiarism, available at www.sun.ac.za/english/legal/Pages/Student-dicipline.aspx, defines plagiarism as "the use of the ideas or material of others without acknowledgement...".
Less serious cases will be handled departmentally by following the Faculty of Engineering plagiarism procedure (until further notice that the Faculty of Science plagiarism procedure has been finalised). More serious cases will be referred to the Central Disciplinary Committee, in accordance with the SU Policy on Plagiarism. If there are instances of copying, all parties involved will be subject to the disciplinary procedures and applicable sanctions.
You must cite your sources for all handins. In reports they should be included as citations and appear in the Bibliography and in your source code they should be included as comments. Enough detail should be provided for the lecturer or moderator to check without trouble.
You may discuss ideas and strategies with fellow students away from the computer, but while coding, you should work alone. In general:
You have to include a signed copy of the following plagiarism declaration with every submission.
An original version of this description was compiled in accordance with the Stellenbosch University Plagiarism Policy and the Stellenbosch Faculty of Engineering Plagiarism Policy by Willem Bester.
If you are allowed extra writing time per arrangement with the administration, you have to schedule that with the lecturer at least one week before the first test opportunity.