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  • by djberg96 (2603) on 2003.05.31 18:51 (#20666) Journal
    I'm not sure how school works in Belgium, but with Universities in the U.S., each department has a "Chair", i.e. a head of the department. There's one for Computer Science, Engineering, etc. If there's such a person where you're at, you may want to consider reporting it to him/her.

    Having been a teaching assistant at a University here in the U.S., I don't think I would include credits within slides I used to teach a class. There's a certain amount of elitism (if that's the right word) you want to maintain as a teacher. In other words, you want the students to think you're a genius. If you include the credits, you might lose some (or a lot) of respect within your students eyes as "a guy who steals code".

    Now, with *that* said, if I were a professor I wouldn't use code from one of my own graduate students (I'm only guessing that's what you are - I'm not sure if the term translates) without their prior approval. I sure as hell wouldn't deny using their code. That's where I think the ethical breach has occurred.