COMM 1110 Fall 2013 plagiarism- Nagel

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  • Self-plagiarism. Created by Cardiff University Information Services.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
  • Self-plagiarism. Created by Cardiff University Information Services.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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  • Called Find-replace plagiarism. Created by Cardiff University Information ServicesThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
  • Called Find-replace plagiarism. Created by Cardiff University Information ServicesThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
  • Sanctions may range from a zero on the assignment, F in the course, suspension for one year, or expulsion from the university.
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  • 1. Plagiarism What is it? What’s the big deal? Why do we do it? How can we avoid it? 
  • 2. Plagiarism in the News Rachel Maddow accuses Sen. Rand Paul of plagiarism http://on.aol.com/video/rand-paul-caughtplagiarizing-speech-517990840 Rand Paul responds to accusation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlC9VY9om20
  • 3. Is it ok to… …use the ideas of another author without providing a reference, even if you write them in your own words? Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 4. Is it ok to… …use the ideas of another author without providing a reference, even if you write them in your own words? Even if you do not directly copy the author's words you must provide a reference when you talk about their ideas. Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 5. Is it ok to… …submit all or part of one essay for two separate assignments? Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 6. Is it ok to… …submit all or part of one essay for two separate assignments? Although this may surprise you, self-plagiarism is a form of plagiarism and is not permitted. Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 7. Is it ok to… …include a fact or saying in your assignment which is generally known without providing a reference? Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 8. Is it ok to… …include a fact or saying in your assignment which is generally known without providing a reference? If a fact is generally well known or 'common knowledge' then you don't need to reference it. Bear in mind that what you consider to be common knowledge may not be well known to others, if in doubt provide a reference Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 9. Is it ok to… …incorporate text from another source, changing one or two words and providing a citation? Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 10. Is it ok to… …incorporate text from another source, changing one or two words and providing a citation? If you do not intend to quote directly from the source, you must write about it in your own words. Using too many words from the original source is plagiarism, even if you provide a reference. Adapted from: “Is it Plagiarism?” https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/quiz/index.html Created by Cardiff University Information Services.
  • 11. What is the big deal? Plagiarism is an act of theft. Plagiarism is dishonest. Plagiarism is a form of cheating. 
  • 12. CSU Student Code of Conduct Plagiarism and Misrepresentation of Work No student will represent the work of others as his or her own. Themes, essays, term papers, tests, presentations and other similar assignments must be the work of the student submitting them. When direct quotations are used, they must be indicated and when the ideas of another are incorporated, they must be appropriately cited. 1. No student will submit the same assignment for two courses without the prior consent of the instructor From CSU Student Code of Conduct 2012-13; “Conduct Regulations I-E” p.2
  • 13. Why do people plagiarize? Don’t know what plagiarism is  Lack of confidence in one’s own abilities  Pressure to succeed  Poor time-management 
  • 14. How can we avoid plagiarism    Take good notes Quote, paraphrase, summarize Cite!
  • 15. Cite your sources!  Why?  Citations refer readers to your original source(s)  Provide evidence for your conclusions  Prove you aren’t plagiarizing!  When?  Cite any ideas not your own  When in doubt, CITE!  How?  Use citation managers to organize your sources  Follow formats in appropriate style guides
  • 16. Oral citations Not enough to simply include sources in a bibliography or works cited page  Failure to provide an oral citation is equal to failing to provide an in-text citation in a written work  Include enough information to allow audience members to locate the source 
  • 17. Tips for citing sources in speeches  Books- Include title and author:   Journal- Include journal title, author, and date:   In his 1968 study published in the Journal of Business Communication, Mark Knapp found that…. Website- website name, organization, access date   According to Charles Brown, author of Speech and Man, … The Centers for Disease control website at cdc.gov, accessed on November 6th, 2013, provides…. Newspaper- author, date, publication, version  On the front page of the November 6th, 2013, Birmingham News, Michael Smith described…..
  • 18. More tips  To keep from sounding repetitive and boring, mix up your lead-in phrases. Some examples are:  According to…  This is also supported by…  Another example is found in…  John Doe, expert in… states that…  Add credentials or other information to justify your use of the source  Mary Smith, leading biochemist at…  According to ZDNet.com, one of the longest running technology blogs….
  • 19. To cite or not to cite? A recent study concluded the global temperature has increased .6 degrees C in the past 100 years. Adapted from: “What do you know about plagiarism and how to avoid it?” IRIS 4-2. http://www.clark.edu/Library/iris/quiz/plagiarism_quiz_home.php Published by Clark College Libraries. Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0
  • 20. To cite or not to cite? A recent study concluded the global temperature has increased .6 degrees C in the past 100 years. Include the author and source of the study so your audience members can find it for themselves. For example, “A 2007 study by Harvard researchers Barton and Watkins published in the Journal of Climate Change concluded the global temperature…….” Adapted from: “What do you know about plagiarism and how to avoid it?” IRIS 4-2. http://www.clark.edu/Library/iris/quiz/plagiarism_quiz_home.php Published by Clark College Libraries. Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0
  • 21. To cite or not to cite? It's my opinion that people remain dependent on petroleum because most of us are unwilling to change our habits and our way of life. Adapted from: “What do you know about plagiarism and how to avoid it?” IRIS 4-2. http://www.clark.edu/Library/iris/quiz/plagiarism_quiz_home.php Published by Clark College Libraries. Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0
  • 22. To cite or not to cite? It's my opinion that people remain dependent on petroleum because most of us are unwilling to change our habits and our way of life. You do not have to cite your own opinions Adapted from: “What do you know about plagiarism and how to avoid it?” IRIS 4-2. http://www.clark.edu/Library/iris/quiz/plagiarism_quiz_home.php Published by Clark College Libraries. Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0
  • 23. To cite or not to cite? According to Nagel, online citation managers are often flawed, and it’s important to refer to your style manual for citation help.
  • 24. To cite or not to cite? According to Nagel, online citation managers are often flawed, and it’s important to refer to your style manual for citation help. You must always cite the ideas of others. Make sure to include enough information to identify the original source. You are also encouraged to include the author’s credentials. For example, “Erin Nagel, CSU Librarian, stated in her 2013 presentation titled COMM 1110, that online citation managers…..”
  • 25. To cite or not to cite? Atlanta is the capital of Georgia
  • 26. To cite or not to cite? Atlanta is the capital of Georgia You do not have to cite facts considered to be common knowledge
  • 27. To cite or not to cite? It is the policy of Clayton State University that “no student will represent the work of others as his or her own.”
  • 28. To cite or not to cite? It is the policy of Clayton State University that “no student will represent the work of others as his or her own.” You must always cite direct quotations. In a speech, indicate when a direct quote begins by inserting a phrase such as, “and I quote....”.
  • 29. Citation information for books Don’t forget the page number!
  • 30. Citation information for articles Don’t forget the page number! Record info for ALL sources
  • 31. Citation information for websites www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/georgia-history-overview
  • 32. What if I can’t find the citation information? Don’t use the source Use whatever information is available Ask a librarian to help you find it
  • 33. More info  Library Research LibGuide- Plagiarism   http://clayton.libguides.com/research/plagiarism An Easy Guide for Citing Sources in Speeches by Robert Yale Video tutorial: https://www.youtubenocookie.com/embed/CdI4bo78mo8?rel=0  Supplement: http://www.robertyale.com/storage/teachingresources/Oral-Citation-Guidelines.pdf   Oral citation guide from University of Southern Mississippi  http://www.usm.edu/gulfcoast/sites/usm.edu.gulfcoast/file s/groups/speaking-and-writingcenter/pdf/citing_sources_in_speeches_web.pdf