Working with other students is often the best way to learn new things. We hope students will form vibrant communities, both online and in-person, to help each other learn. The key is to use collaboration as a way to enhance learning, not as a way of sharing answers without understanding them.
You are welcome (and encouraged) to view the lectures with others, and discuss and work together on answering the in-lecture quizzes. You may discuss questions with other students, but everything you submit should be your own work. For projects, you are not permitted to work with anyone else and should only ask for clarification in your support channels.
Submissions are routinely and closely reviewed for plagiarism and other examples of inappropriate information-sharing. For more information on what constitutes plagiarism, visit our “What is Plagiarism” support page.