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When students compose collaboratively using tools like wikis, individual contributions blur with those of other students. Plagiarism is often a problem when ownership and student contributions are ...

When students compose collaboratively using tools like wikis, individual contributions blur with those of other students. Plagiarism is often a problem when ownership and student contributions are clearly defined; collaboration blurs intellectual property lines, as well. This presentation will explore the acute challenges presented by online collaborative composition and suggest perspectives that can bring awareness to intellectual property and make better use of the online medium.

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    Intellectual Property in Collaborative Composition Intellectual Property in Collaborative Composition Presentation Transcript

    • Intellectual Property inCollaborative Composition Christopher R. Friend University of Central Florida
    • Plagiarism is a problem.
    • Plagiarism is rampant
    • How to Bridge the GapTeach explicitly aboutcollaborationTeach hypertextTeach markupTeach portfolios Image courtesy theodevil on Flickr
    • Iman A. Student Iman A. Student Susie P. R. Editor Explicitly Mr. Chris Friend John Groupmember ENC 1101 Mr. Chris Friend 23 Sept. 2011 ENC 1101 Teach 23 Sept. 2011e Best Essay Ever e Best Essay EverCollaboration Created the paper Provided support Works Cited Coleman, Anita. "Instruments of Cognition: Use of Citations and Web Links in Online Teaching Materials." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.4 (2005): 382-392. Print.
    • sources (Coleman 383).Hypertext &Intellectual Coleman, Anita. "Instruments of Cognition: Use of Citations and Web Links in Online Teaching Property Materials." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.4 (2005): 382-392. Print.
    • Markup & SourceIdentification
    • Remixing Authorship: Portfolios & Reconfiguring the Author in Online Video Remix Culture Shared Nicholas Diakopoulos, Kurt Luther, Yevgeniy “Eugene” Medynskiy, Irfan Essa Georgia Institute of Technology | School of Interactive ComputingResponsibility = Iman A. Student Susie P. R. Editor John Groupmember Mr. Chris Friend ENC 1101 e Best Portfolio Ever
    • Online CompositionSource UncertaintyDuplication EaseNew Forms of CopyrightImpermanence Image courtesy Martin Gommel on Flickr
    • Thank You. Christopher R. Friend University of Central Florida friend@ucf.eduSlides: http://bit.ly/ip-online-comp-slides Paper: http://bit.ly/ip-online-comp