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  • 1. INFORMATION INSTRUCTION Tips and tools for using information resources
  • 2. Plagiarism: Quoting Plagiarism: Submitting material that in part or whole is not entirely one's own work without attributing those same portions to their correct source. 1 1 Northwestern University. (2006). “Definitions of Academic Violations,” in Academic Integrity at Northwestern . Accessed at http://www.northwestern.edu/uacc/defines.html (November 4, 2008). Georgia O’Keeffe was an artist best known for her large abstract paintings of flowers. O’Keeffe began her career creating abstract charcoal drawings and these unique drawings skills led her to come to New York City and meet Alfred Steiglitz; the two would later become lovers. Steiglitz, a prominent photographer in New York City, was inextricably drawn to the modernist feel of her abstract drawings and paintings, but was also fascinated by her dark, soft features, and took many photographs of her while they were together. “ ” (Davis, 2008)
  • 3. Plagiarism: Paraphrase or Summary Plagiarism: Submitting material that in part or whole is not entirely one's own work without attributing those same portions to their correct source. 1 1 Northwestern University. (2006). “Definitions of Academic Violations,” in Academic Integrity at Northwestern . Accessed at http://www.northwestern.edu/uacc/defines.html (November 4, 2008). Georgia O’Keeffe came to be known as a prolific painter, known for a distinguished artistic career marked by floral and landscape subject matter. O’keefe’s paintings became so well-known in the art world that she moved to New York City, where she met photographer Alfred Steiglitz. According to Heather Davis (Davis, 2008)
  • 4. Plagiarism: Works Cited/References
      • REMEMBER:
      • Cite everything
      • Use in-text citations
      • Maintain bibliography
      • Keep track of works cited
    Plagiarism: Submitting material that in part or whole is not entirely one's own work without attributing those same portions to their correct source. 1 1 Northwestern University. (2006). “Definitions of Academic Violations,” in Academic Integrity at Northwestern . Accessed at http://www.northwestern.edu/uacc/defines.html (November 4, 2008).
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