Friday, February 12, 2010

CS Class Cheating at Stanford

The Temptation to Cheat in Computer Science Classes at Stanford

In January, on the first day of the Computer Science 106A: Program Methodology course at Stanford University, Eric Roberts, the professor, began with his customary admonition: Cheat, and you will be caught. And, he added: Cheat, and your classmates will suffer. More weight will be given to the final exam when calculating the final grade.

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