Copying code is forbidden. This includes copying work and then making cosmetic changes
to variable names, function names or documentation. While discussion with others about the
problem is acceptable, you must write your code on your own.
Make efforts to avoid even the appearance of impropriety.
Allowing others to copy your code is forbidden.
You must protect your intellectual property as you protect your personal property - with all reasonable measures.
Stealing code from anonymous sources via "the internet" is equally wrong.
You should write and be able to explain every line of code that you submit.
Penalties will be severe: a grade of zero for all conspirators.
"When specifically prohibited in advance by the instructor, collaborating with another person
in the preparation of notes, themes, reports, or other written work offered for credit."
Refer to the Clarion University Academic Honesty Policy.