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Search, Plagiarism, Cites

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Presentation for Peterson/Ross LPN 2nd semester students prior to Cardiovascular project assignments, Spring 2007

Presentation for Peterson/Ross LPN 2nd semester students prior to Cardiovascular project assignments, Spring 2007

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  • 1. Understanding …. Search, Plagiarism, Cites
  • 2. Search v. Research
    • To find
    • To interpret and analyze
    Credit to Naccarato on Flickr
  • 3. Searching… Credit to Pierre Pouliquin on Flickr Where, oh where, does that information hide? Search engines Valid sources? Check it out!
  • 4. Searching… Credit to Mark Shandro on Flickr Sometimes…. what you are looking for is not where you expect it !
  • 5. What is Plagiarism? Credit to EricGjerde on Flickr
    • Cultural perspective
    • Common Knowledge
    • Copyright
    • Fair Use
    • Creative Commons
  • 6. Types of Plagiarism – no cite
    • THE GHOST WRITER
    Credit to picadillywilson on Flickr ?? Using someone else’s writing or ideas (word-for-word) as your own.
  • 7. Types of Plagiarism – no cite
    • THE PHOTOCOPY
    Credit to Nathan deGargoyle on Flickr ?? Copying significant portions of text from a single source without alteration.
  • 8. Types of Plagiarism – no cite
    • THE POTLUCK PAPER
    Credit to Merrick Brown on Flickr Copying from several different sources, trying to fit them together while keeping the original phrasing.
  • 9. Types of Plagiarism – no cite
    • THE POOR DISGUISE
    Credit to tagon on Flickr Changing key words and phrases slightly, while keeping the essential content of the source.
  • 10. Types of Plagiarism – no cite
    • THE LABOR OF LAZINESS
    Credit to spleenboy on Flickr Paraphrasing most of the paper from many sources and making it fit together.
  • 11. Types of Plagiarism – no cite
    • THE SELF-STEALER
    Credit to Cayusa on Flickr Borrowing from one’s own previous work, without citation!
  • 12. Types of Plagiarism - cite
    • THE FORGOTTEN FOOTNOTE
    Credit to beesparkle on Flick r Mentioning an author’s name, but neglecting to include specific information of the material referenced.
  • 13. Types of Plagiarism - cite
    • THE MISINFORMER
    Credit to bunchofpants on Flickr Providing inaccurate information regarding the sources, making it impossible to find them.
  • 14. Types of Plagiarism - cite
    • THE TOO-PERFECT PARAPHRASE
    Credit to Al-Fassam on Flickr Proper citation of a source, but neglects to use quotation marks for copied text or close to it.
  • 15. Types of Plagiarism - cite
    • THE RESOURCEFUL CITER
    Credit to rogilde on Flickr Proper citation of all sources, paraphrases and appropriate quotations. The catch? No original work!
  • 16. Types of Plagiarism - cite
    • THE PERFECT CRIME
    Credit to Andrew Ciscel on Flick r Properly quotes and cites in some places, but paraphrases ideas from other sources without citation, trying to pass off paraphrased ideas as his or her own analysis of cited material.
  • 17. How to Avoid Plagiarism Credit to Mark Wheeler on Flickr
    • Plan and organize,
    • Evaluate your sources,
    • Know and practice:
      • Quotes
      • Paraphrase
      • Own ideas
    • Cite accurately!
    • Not sure? Cite source!
  • 18. Cite Credit to gin_able on Flickr
    • Citation Styles
      • APA
      • MLA
      • Chicago
    • Noodle Tools
  • 19. References Beck, Susan. (1997). Evaluation Criteria.  The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: or, Why It’s a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Sources . Retrieved March 23, 2007 from http://lib.nmsu.edu/instruction/evalcrit.html Plagiarism Today. (2007). Plagiarism . Retrieved March 25, 2007, from iParadigms,LLC Web site: http:// www.plagiarism.org/plagiarism.html