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IDHP Fall 2012 Healy class2

  1. 1. IDHP 110Laksamee Putnamlputnam@towson.eduResearch & Instruction LibrarianSlides:http://bit.ly/IDHP110healyslides122
  2. 2. A quick plug…  The Cellist of Sarajevo, a novel by Steven Galloway, is the One Maryland One Book selection for 2012. A book club discussion is planned!  When: Wednesday October 10th from 12:30-1:30PM  Where: Cook Library Rm 507  What: This meeting will begin with Nicole Dombrowski Risser, Associate Professor in the Department of Hjistory providing background on The Cellist of Sarajevo, a poignant novel about the impact of music in modern warfare.
  3. 3. First… Laksamee Putnam lputnam@towson.edu Cook Library Reference:  410.704.2462.  IM/email Phone: 410.704.3746. Twitter: @CookLibraryofTU Albert S. Cook facebook profile! Slides: http://bit.ly/IDHP110healyslides122
  4. 4. Agenda Define plagiarism Real world examples and discussion Towson Policy – Academic Integrity APA citation style  Quiz
  5. 5. What is your definition ofplagiarism? http://bit.ly/IDHPpollplagiarismhealy
  6. 6. What is your definition ofplagiarism? http://bit.ly/IDHPpollplagiarismhealy
  7. 7. What is your definition ofplagiarism?  Using someone’s ideas or expression of those ideas (words, pictures, music, etc)  Without giving proper credit
  8. 8. An interesting side story A quote attributed to Martin Luther King Jr. went viral after the death of Osama bin Laden But part of it was never said or written by him http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive /2011/05/anatomy-of-a-fake- quotation/238257/ What’s the big deal?
  9. 9. It’s out there, why not reuse it? www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32657885 Gabriel, T. (2010, August 1) Plagiarism Image by Duane Hoffmann Lines Blur for Students in the Digital Age. The New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/02/e ducation/02cheat.html“If you are not so worried about presenting yourself as absolutely unique, thenit’s O.K.…if you say other people’s words, it’s O.K. if you say things you don’t believe,…it’s O.K. if you write papers you couldn’t care less about because theyaccomplish the task, which is turning something in and getting a grade… and it’s O.K. if you put words out there without getting any credit.” ~Susan D. Blum anthropologist at The University of Notre Dame, author of “MyWord!: Plagiarism and College Culture” on student attitudes toward plagiarism
  10. 10. It’s out there, why not reuse it? What does intellectual property mean to you? Is it an important idea, why or why not? With so much information out there, is there such a thing as an original idea? Does that mean you have to credit every single person? How does plagiarism affect academia?
  11. 11. Why does it matter? Johnson, S. (2010) Where good ideas come from. TED: Ideas worth spreading. http://www.ted.com/talks/steven_johnso n_where_good_ideas_come_from.html“We take ideas from other people, from people wevelearned from, from people we run into in the coffee shop, andwe stitch them together into new forms and we createsomething new. Thats really where innovation happens.
  12. 12. Why does it matter? How is this video connected to the library session on learning how to research? Is it connected to plagiarism? Why or why not? If ideas come from multiple people working together and building off of each other, when you try to give credit, who do you give it to? How can you stay connected/current/organized while doing your research?
  13. 13. Common KnowledgeQuandary “I’ve heard that common knowledge doesn’t have to be cited. What is common knowledge?” Some examples:  Waste not, want not.  George Washington was the first president of the US  College students like pizza… When in doubt, cite it.
  14. 14. The point is… No matter where you are, you will constantly need to assess the information around you In order to be an informed consumer you should know how to evaluate the information you acquire In order to support your own arguments you should know how to research your question and cite your sources
  15. 15. What is the policy at Towson? Policy for Academic Integrity:  http://bit.ly/PiX2z2 Two Strike System 100 reported cases a year One suspension a year
  16. 16. Why is it important to cite yoursources? http://bit.ly/IDHPpoll2plagiarismhealy
  17. 17. Why is it important to cite yoursources? Allows your readers to verify and identify your information  Support your argument Gives credit to the owners of the ideas  Not plagiarizing Get credit for your ideas! Required for your assignment!
  18. 18. What needs to be cited? Books Examples: Web Pages images from Magazine articles Web, statistical Graphics tables VHS,DVD, audio, etc. Government reports Statistics Encyclopedia articles Any source of information!
  19. 19. Example A http://bit.ly/IDHPhealy12A Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  Googles approach may win out heavyweights to knock out the over the long term. In the early other. Yet if history is any guide, 1980s Apple lost its lead in the PC Googles approach may win out market as Microsoft enlisted the over the long term. Recall that in aid of hordes of software the early 1980s Apple lost its lead developers and dozens of PC in the PC market when Microsoft manufacturers. enlisted the aid of hordes of software developers and dozens of PC manufacturers. Now, if Google can marshal such a united front, Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  20. 20. Example A Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  Googles approach may win out heavyweights to knock out the over the long term. In the early other. Yet if history is any guide, 1980s Apple lost its lead in the PC Googles approach may win out market as Microsoft enlisted the over the long term. Recall that in aid of hordes of software the early 1980s Apple lost its lead developers and dozens of PC in the PC market when Microsoft manufacturers. enlisted the aid of hordes of software developers and dozens of PC manufacturers. Now, if Google can marshal such a united front, Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  21. 21. Example B http://bit.ly/IDHPhealy12B Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  History tells us that Googles heavyweights to knock out the approach may be successful over other. Yet if history is any guide, the long term. In the early 1980s Googles approach may win out Apple lagged in the PC market as over the long term. Recall that in Microsoft collaborated with the early 1980s Apple lost its lead software developers and dozens of in the PC market when Microsoft PC manufacturers. Now, if Google enlisted the aid of hordes of would only summon a united software developers and dozens of front, Apple could again be PC manufacturers. Now, if Google swamped by the collective can marshal such a united front, innovations (Burrows, 2009). Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  22. 22. Example B Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  History tells us that Googles heavyweights to knock out the approach may be successful over other. Yet if history is any guide, the long term. In the early 1980s Googles approach may win out Apple lagged in the PC market as over the long term. Recall that in Microsoft collaborated with the early 1980s Apple lost its lead software developers and dozens of in the PC market when Microsoft PC manufacturers. Now, if Google enlisted the aid of hordes of would only summon a united software developers and dozens of front, Apple could again be PC manufacturers. Now, if Google swamped by the collective can marshal such a united front, innovations (Burrows, 2009). Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  23. 23. Example C http://bit.ly/IDHPhealy12C Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  Google stands a chance of beating heavyweights to knock out the Apple if it can benefit from the other. Yet if history is any guide, pooled ideas of software Googles approach may win out developers and device over the long term. Recall that in manufacturers, following the the early 1980s Apple lost its lead strategy that Microsoft employed in the PC market when Microsoft to Apple’s detriment in the early enlisted the aid of hordes of ‘80s. software developers and dozens of PC manufacturers. Now, if Google can marshal such a united front, Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  24. 24. Example C Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  Google stands a chance of beating heavyweights to knock out the Apple if it can benefit from the other. Yet if history is any guide, pooled ideas of software Googles approach may win out developers and device over the long term. Recall that in manufacturers, following the the early 1980s Apple lost its lead strategy that Microsoft employed in the PC market when Microsoft to Apple’s detriment in the early enlisted the aid of hordes of ‘80s. software developers and dozens of PC manufacturers. Now, if Google can marshal such a united front, Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  25. 25. Example D http://bit.ly/IDHPhealy12D Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  Burrows suggests that in the battle heavyweights to knock out the of the “tech heavyweights” Google other. Yet if history is any guide, might eventually prevail over Googles approach may win out Apple if it follows the strategy that over the long term. Recall that in Microsoft employed to Apple’s the early 1980s Apple lost its lead detriment during the early ‘80s: in the PC market when Microsoft collaborating, and innovating, with enlisted the aid of hordes of software developers and software developers and dozens of manufacturers (2009, p. 25). PC manufacturers. Now, if Google can marshal such a united front, Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  26. 26. Example D Original:  Student: Dont look for one of these tech  Burrows suggests that in the battle heavyweights to knock out the of the “tech heavyweights” Google other. Yet if history is any guide, might eventually prevail over Googles approach may win out Apple if it follows the strategy that over the long term. Recall that in Microsoft employed to Apple’s the early 1980s Apple lost its lead detriment during the early ‘80s: in the PC market when Microsoft collaborating, and innovating, with enlisted the aid of hordes of software developers and software developers and dozens of manufacturers (2009, p. 25). PC manufacturers. Now, if Google can marshal such a united front, Apple could again be swamped by the collective innovations.
  27. 27. Style Manuals Different disciplines use different style manuals  Social Sciences = American Psychological Association (APA)  Humanities = MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (MLA)
  28. 28. Resources for APA Library webpage  Under Quick Tools Click Citing Sources Diane Hacker OWL
  29. 29. Citing correctly in APA – ExactQuote Every in-text citation should 1. “x” have a match in the 2. In-text citation bibliography (Smith, 2004, p. 35) 3. An entry in the References list (the bibliography) at the end of the paper
  30. 30. Citing correctly in APA -Paraphrase 1. Legitimate paraphrase 2. In-text citation (Smith, 2004) 3. An entry in the References list at the end of the paperAgain, every in-text citation should have a match inthe bibliography!
  31. 31. In-text Citation for an Article from a Database (Academic Search Premier) In-text:  Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practitioners need to be involved in current health care reform (Davis, Whedon, & Weeks, 2011). In-text with signal phrase:  Davis, Whedon, and Weeks (2011) discuss how CAM can interact with ACOs.
  32. 32. References Entry for an Article from aDatabase (Academic Search Premier)Davis, M. A., Whedon, J. M., & Weeks, W. B. (2011). Complementary and alternative medicine practitioners and accountable care organizations: The train is leaving the station. Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine, 17(8), 669-674. doi:10.1089/acm.2011.0364
  33. 33. ReferencesAssociation of Associations. (2009, December). Surprising Statistics: A Study. Retrieved from: http://www.theassociation.org/statsSantana, B. (2011). Why is research so challenging? Journal of Puzzling Questions 22(4), 110-145. doi: 01.2345/jourquest.2011.22.4Wolfensohn, H.D. (2011). You will enjoy this book. Towson, MD: Towson Press.
  34. 34. APA Quiz Use the content of today’s lesson and citation resources to finish this quiz:http://cooklibrary.towson.edu/quiz/apa/ After completing the quiz please fill out this feedback form: http://bit.ly/IDHPhealyfeedbackfall2012
  35. 35. Questions? Feel free to contact me:  Laksamee Putnam  lputnam@towson.edu  410.704.3746.  Twitter: @CookLibraryofTU Or any reference librarian:  Visit Cook Library Reference Desk  410.704.2462.  IM – tucookchat

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