Plagiarism, netiquette, and copyright info
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  • 1. • By: Kaitlin Warren • 5th Period
  • 2. • Copying what someone else has already came up with.• Taking the information from another source without citing it.• To take someone elses information and call it yours.• To copy someone elses words and turn them around to make them yours.• Not putting quotation marks where you should.
  • 3. • Always cite your source.• Use quotation marks when taking an authors words directly from context.• Obey copyright rules.• When using quotation marks make sure to cite your source at the end of the page.• Avoid paraphrasing incorrectly.
  • 4. • Not putting quotations marks where you should.• Not citing your source.• Paraphrasing the authors words.• Not citing your source when you have quoted someone elses words.
  • 5. • A computer term meaning etiquette for the internet.• Using proper words (not harsh) when using the internet.• Not using word that may offend people who have not used the internet a lot.
  • 6. • Don’t use all capital letters when posting something on the internet.• Don’t use harsh words.• Don’t say anything you wouldnt want other people to know about.• If you are new to a website don’t go posting things right away.• Don’t put anything on the internet you wouldn’t say in person.
  • 7. • Copyright is used to protect someone else from stealing your information.• It is used by many people, on many websites.• You are disobeying the law if you do copy information with copyright.
  • 8. • It keeps people from stealing information.• If someone does steal your information you can prove it is yours.
  • 9. The EndThanks for Viewing!!! Continue for Quiz…
  • 10. 1. Is it alright to copy someone elses information without citing?2. Can I copy information word-for- word if I use quotation marks and I cite my source?3. Should you use harsh words on the internet?
  • 11. 1.No, this is considered stealing.2.Yes, as long as your cite and quote.3.No, this can be offensive.
  • 12. • What is Plagiarism? (2012). http://www.plagiarism.org/plag_article_what_is_plagiaris m.html• How to avoid plagiarism (2009). http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/QPA_plagiarism.html• How Not to Plagiarize (n.d). http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/using-sources/how- not-to-plagiarize• What is ‘Netiquette’? (2012). http://www.wisegeek.com/contest/what-is-netiquette.htm
  • 13. • The Core Rules of Netiquette – Summary (2004). http://www.albion.com/bookNetiquette/0963702513p32.html• TOW5: Avoiding Plagiarism (n.d). http://bp00034.wordpress.com/2010/10/26/tow5-avoiding- plagiarism/• Mono-Live: Free Plagiarism Scan (n.d.). http://www.mono- live.com/2012/02/free-plagiarism-scan.html• Tecnologia: Netiquette (n.d) http://apariciogue.blogspot.com/2011/04/netiquette.html• Wikipedia: Copyright (n.d). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright
  • 14. • The Music Coaches: 5 Simple Tips for Copyrighting your music (n.d.) http://www.themusiccoaches.com/tag/copyright/• Alicetravelogue: CREATE! DON’T STEAL! CAMPAIGN (n.d.) http://alicetravelstory.blogspot.com/2009/03/create- dont-steal-campaign.html• Moodle News: Module: Combat Plagiarism on your Moodle with CROT (n.d.) http://www.moodlenews.com/tag/plagiarism/• Bonnie’s Books: Remember (n.d.) http://bonniesbooks.blogspot.com/2012/08/remember.ht ml