Transcript of "Plagiarism, netiquette and copyright"
HAVE YOU WONDERED ABOUT PLAGIARISM, NETIQUETTE, AND COPYRIGHT? ARE YOU DOING THE RIGHT THING? Andrea Lozano
WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?Plagiarism:The act of copying others ideas and notgiving them credit.
NETIQUETTE…This image specifies somerules that need to be usedfor being netiquette Are you being netiquette? Do you know what netiquette means?
Netiquette:Being careful for what you’re saying on theinternet, how you talk to others, and following therules.
Following these 10 top rules, for being netiquette:1. Treat others the way you would like to be treated.2. Don’t let someone down or make them feel bad when you go against them in a verbally version.3. Respect the copyright rule.4. When typing, please don’t use all capitals.5. Don’t be the type of person who spams.6. Be straightforward to other people behind computers just like you.7. Use all the knowledge you have about correct grammar and spelling when it comes to typing and talking to other people.8. Follow the Terms Of Service that some pages and websites have.9. Keep it in a proper language, images, and other things that the website of yours can be seen by kids, teens, and adults. In other words PG.10. When you are getting information from a website or someone elses idea in a place around the internet, be sure to cite where you got the information from and give credit to the person who originally did the work. Other words, don’t plagiarize.
COPYRIGHTWhat does copyright mean? Why is it soimportant?
Copyright gives the publisher ownership for what he/she did.People are not given the right to copy any image and use it inprojects or anything if the image is marked copyright.
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