Now that you’ve read about the importance of documenting when you use outside information, it’s time to put those concepts to use!
First, read this article titled As Computer Coding Classes Swell, So Does Cheating (Bidgood & Merrill, 2017) on academic policy in computer programming
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Now, read this article on the same subject titled Is a ‘Regret Clause’ a Good Idea for Cases of Academic Dishonesty? (Crosson Gilpin, 2017) and answer the
three questions posed at the end of it in a new Word document: https://nightingale.instructure.com/courses/3380779/files/225107893/download?
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Answer each question in 1-2 paragraphs each, and submit the document here to complete the assignment. Your document should:
Be 12 pt, Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, double spaced.
Include paragraphs at least 3 sentences long, each.
Bidgood, J., & Merrill, B. (2017).As computer coding classes swell, so does cheating. New YorkTimes. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/29/us/computerscience-cheating.html?action=click&module=inline®ion=Lists&pgtype=collection (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)
Crosson Gilpin, C. (2017). Is a ‘regret clause’ a good idea for cases of academic dishonesty? New York
Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/01/learning/is-a-regret-clause-a-good-idea-for-cases-of-academic-dishonesty.html(Links to an external site.)
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