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Rule 2: Every student shall honestly disclose any help received and sources used
If there are parts of the solution that the student has not arrived at him/herself, the student must inform the examining teacher about this.
Rule 4: Do not copy from other people's solutions
Every student must write his/her own text (own program code).
Rule 1: All members of a group are responsible for the group's work
When working in groups, each member shall contribute equally and all members shall be capable of accounting for the whole solution.
Rule 6: Give help in the right way
Helping a student colleague who gets into difficulty with a task is positive and instructive for both the recipient and provider of the help - provided that this takes place in the right way.
Rule 3: In an oral assessment, every student shall be able to present and answer questions about the entire assignment and solution
Students shall be able to present and answer questions on their assignment and solution.
Code of honour for students and teachers
This code of honour, which is applied in all courses and programmes at the EECS School, consists of a general text with justifications and explanations as well as a number of rules with clarifying examples. A PDF version of our Code of honour can be found at the bottom of this page.
Rule 5: Handle attendance lists correctly
Mandatory attendance is verified by using attendance lists.
Regel 6: Ge hjälp på korrekt sätt
Att hjälpa studiekamrater som kört fast i en uppgift är positivt och lärorikt för både den student som får och den som ger hjälp – om det sker på rätt sätt.