College Sidekick Honor Code
College Sidekick, a Learneo, Inc. service, goes above and beyond to help you — not just in passing your classes, but in expanding your education by connecting you with new topics, concepts, and ideas. We're dedicated to providing high-quality academic resources to help you learn and study more effectively, and we're equally committed to ensuring proper usage and protecting ownership of those resources.
By using our service, you agree to comply with our Honor Code.
We expect our users to act with academic integrity. Therefore, anyone who misuses our site for the express purpose of cheating and/or claiming another user's content as their own will be met with appropriate action. Review our rules for proper use below:
Use materials on our service to study more effectively and to better understand your course material.
Use study materials on our service to assist with your assignments when it is appropriate.
Use our service in a manner that follows your instructors' or institution's academic honor codes.
Copy solutions directly from resources on our service and submit them as your own work.
Use materials on our service to complete assignments when instructed not to use outside help.
Use our service in any manner that violates your instructors’ or institution’s academic honor codes.
First, by stealing someone else's ideas, you're not bothering to learn the material yourself. You've shelled out a handsome sum in tuition, and cheating only erodes the value of the education in which you've invested. You're really cheating yourself, in the end.
Second, you will likely get caught. Many universities leverage sophisticated technologies to scan for plagiarized material in student-submitted work. We are an online database, and therefore materials on our service are often crawled by these content monitoring tools. We're even going out of our way to make sure that they are.
Third, the consequences are severe, and for many institutions, convictions of academic dishonesty can result in probation, suspension, or even expulsion.
We welcome suggestions and feedback on how we can improve our Honor Code.
Please email your ideas to us at firstname.lastname@example.org