d. Theft—Stealing, taking, or procuring in any other unauthorized manner (such as by physical removal from an instructor's office or unauthorized inspection of computerized material) information related to any academic work (such as exams, grade records, forms used in grading, books, papers, computer equipment and data, and laboratory materials and data).

(Athens Technical College, Student Code of Conduct, p. 88) 

 Quiz Question #20

Value: 1
Kellogg was walking behind her anatomy and physiology instructor, Dr. Mills, when she noticed a scantron fall to the ground.  Rather than tell Dr. Mills that he dropped something, Kellogg put the scantron into her backpack.  When she got home, Kellogg realized that the scantron was the master key to the midterm exam in her class.

 

Is this an example of lying/tampering?  

 
 

 Quiz Question #21

Value: 1
Clark worked in the library.  One of his duties was to make copies of exams for instructors.  To help his friend, Lois, Clark made an extra copy of the reading final exam that Lois was to take the next day.

 

Is this an example of lying/tampering?  

 
 

 


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