On-campus offerings will vary somewhat in their marking scheme and administrative details. See the course's web site and/or the first lecture for more information. You may find your course home page from the list of CMPT course web sites.
Also see the course web site for assignments and their due dates.
If your instructor is pointing you to this Guide, then the major topics of the course will be:
- Markup and HTML
- CSS Stylesheets
- Web Graphics
Again, your instructor may clarify his/her expectation around academic honesty. In general, your work in this course should meet SFU's Code of Academic Integrity and Good Conduct.
In short: work should be completed by the person who submits it. Any work that is independent work of the submitter should be clearly cited to make its source clear.
The instructor may use, or require students to submit assignments to, an automated service that will check for plagiarism.
Some examples of unacceptable behaviour:
- Handing in assignments/exercises that are not 100% your own work (in design, implementation, wording, etc.), without proper citation.
- Using another student's work as a template or reference for completing your own work.
- Using any unpermitted resources during an exam.
- Looking at, or attempting to look at, another student's paper during an exam.
- Submitting work that has been submitted before, for any course at any institution.