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  • 1. PLAGIARISM, COPY WRITING, AND NETIQUETTE By: Patrick Hines
  • 2. PICTURE OF PLAGIARISM
  • 3. PLAGIARISMPlagiarism is the misrepresentation of authorship. Really, words and ideas conceived by one person are attributed to another person. Plagiarism is a form of intellectual theft or fraud and it undermines the intellectual economy that values ideas, words, andunderstanding. Even when an act of plagiarism appears superficially a victimless crime, it nonetheless devalues the currency of human thought and thereby weakens society.In the most common form of plagiarism, one author’s words are inserted verbatim in the work of a second author, without quotation, acknowledgement, or attribution. But there are many other forms of plagiarism, including some that are often accepted or even encouraged by society, notably ghostwriting, speech-writing, and paraphrasing.
  • 4. CONSEQUENCES OF PLAGIARISM 1. Plagiarism can get you expelled from your course 2.Plagiarism can result in your work being destroyed 3.Plagiarism can result in expel from your school.4.Plagiarism can result in legal action like lawsuit or jail time.
  • 5. PICTURE OF NETIQUETTE
  • 6. NETIQUETTERemember that you are human. When using netiquette, know where you are in the internet. Also have to respect other people time.You should make yourself look good online. Share your knowledge with others. Respect others privacy. Make sure you do not abuse your power. Last thing is to be forgiving of other peoples mistakes.
  • 7. CONSEQUENCES OF NETIQUETTE Think about the consequences of things you write. Do not use a computer to send harmful messages to others. It is a federal offense. Always remember to proofread your e-mail before sending. E-mail is a digital letter and should be grammatically correct including spelling, punctuation and sentence structure. Do not look around in other people’s files. Taking information, or pictures from the Internet without permission, and proper documentation is stealing. Copying software you did not pay for is illegal. Typing in all capital letters makes the person feel as if you are shouting at them. It is also more difficult to read text typed in this way. Remember not all information online is true, and some people online pretend to be someone else. Always practice good Internet Safety.
  • 8. PICTURE OF COPY WRITING
  • 9. COPY WRITINGCopywriting is changing every day. What started largely as aspecialized type of writing for display ads in newspapers andmagazines and direct mail has changed dramatically. Todaysmarketing for copywriting involves online marketing, mobilemarketing, social media and video. ,In a relatively short period of time the world of marketingturned on its head. Todays copywriters need to be familiarwith various online platforms. A lot of copywriters who werekings in the days of rolling out direct mail or buyingnewspaper space are no longer able to compete in the age ofvideo and email marketing.
  • 10. CONSEQUENCES OF COPY WRITING 1. Don’t do bad things when copywriting or you will get majorconsequences. 2. It could mess up your educational planning. 3. Government would make copywriting illegal.
  • 11. REFERENCES1 www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html2 www.librarybcds.com/PDFs/Netiquette.pdf3 www.copyright.gov4 www.plagiarism.org5 owl.english.purdue.edu › ... › Research and Citation › Using Research