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Students’ Responsibilities

Interactively procrastinate high-payoff content without backward-compatible data. Quickly cultivate optimal processes and tactical architectures. Completely iterate covalent strategic theme areas via accurate e-markets. Globally incubate standards compliant channels before scalable benefits. Quickly disseminate superior deliverables whereas web-enabled applications. Quickly drive clicks-and-mortar catalysts for change before vertical architectures.

Academic Honesty

3.1. Guidelines on Academic Honesty

All work submitted—homework assignments, papers, and examinations - are expected to be the student’s own work.

Students should always take great care to distinguish their own ideas and knowledge from information derived from sources. The term “sources” includes not only published primary and secondary material, but also information and opinions gained directly from other people. A student is compelled to learn the proper forms of citation. Quotations must be properly placed within quotation marks and properly acknowledged. The sources must be cited whenever ideas or facts are derived from a student’s reading and research. Reiterating or drawing on ideas or facts used in another paper that the student is writing or has written requires citing the original paper as a source.

A computer program written to satisfy a course requirement is, like a paper, expected to be the original work of the student. Copying a program from another student or any other source is a form of academic dishonesty, as is deriving from a program substantially from the work of another.

Papers and other academic work are expected to be submitted to only one course. If the same or a similar work is to be submitted to any other course, prior written permission of the instructor must be obtained. If this is intended to take place in the same term, prior written permission from all instructors involved must be obtained.

IP Offense for Students Commission of any act constituting an “Intellectual Property Offense” under the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Intellectual Property Rights Policy and Implementing Rules and Regulations 2015-2017 (IPR Policy and IRR), which is classified as a major offense: Unauthorized reproduction, including photocopying or any manner of copying, exhibit, use, or distribution of any printed matter in whole or in part, including software and multimedia presentations, without permission of the author/creator/owner of the intellectual property, subject to Use Rights as defined under the IPR Policy and IRR, fair use principles for copyrighted works, and other exceptions and/ or legal defenses provided under the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines, as amended. Use, distribution, transfer, rental, sale, or production of counterfeit, unlicensed, or pirated intellectual property contained in an optical media as defined in the Optical Media Act of 2003 (Republic Act 9239). Deliberate failure to comply with the Disclosure and Manifestation requirements of the IPR Policy and IRR. Failure to disclose, identify, or cite co-authors, co-creators or co-inventors in a research, creative work, or invention despite knowledge of the identities and contributions of these persons; Unauthorized use, distribution, transfer, rental, sale or production of Benilde IP, and merchandise bearing Benilde marks. Blatant disregard of the Logo Style and Usage Guidelines for Benilde marks. Acts constituting academic dishonesty (See Section 3.1). Violation of the right of authors, inventors, and creators to the integrity of their work in the exercise of Use Rights and fair use. Failure of any person to cite or acknowledge De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in inventions and works developed or produced with the substantial use of College resources, or receiving grants or incentives from or funded through the College, or when the College assigned, released or waive its intellectual property rights in favor of such person. Knowingly aiding, or abetting anyone, or failure to report anyone who commits Intellectual Property offenses. Violation of the provision on Confidentiality under Rule 12 of the IPR Policy IRR. Manifest disregard and/or violation of any of the provisions of the Benilde IPR Policy and IRR. Other acts analogous to the foregoing.