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Student Technology Use Agreement

Online Academic Dishonesty

The TRUSD Board of Trustees believes that academic honesty and personal integrity are fundamental components of a student's education and character development. The Board expects that students will not cheat, lie, plagiarize or commit other acts of academic dishonesty. (BP 5131.9)

Online Cheating
Examples of misuse include, but are not limited to: taking an online test for another student, using cell phones or email with the purpose of distributing answers, and "hacking" into a teacher's computer or gradebook.

Online Plagiarism
Submitting another student's work as your own, knowingly using or building upon an others ideas without proper citation, and using the internet to purchase or find a paper are all acts of plagiarism.  This applies not only to written work, but to any school project for which technology is used as a research tool or method of presentation (e.g. Power Point presentations, wiki's, etc.).

Copyright Infringement
If a work contains language that specifies appropriate use of that work, students should follow the expressed requirements for citing the work. If unsure whether or not one can use a work, one should request permission from the copyright owner.