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  • 1. Yr 12 Sept 2011
  • 2. Ground rules from me Will be on time to sessions Will make sessions interactive Will listen to you Will finish on time
  • 3. Ground rules Will arrive on time Will listen Will participate Will respect others point of view
  • 4. Alternatives to Google and Wikipedia
  • 5. Alternatives to Google and Wikipedia Oliver
  • 6.  Meilin Dan Academic
  • 7.  With the person sitting next to you –answer the 5 Plagiarism Questions (6 minutes)
  • 8. How to Reference a Book Referencing a Book
  • 9. How to Reference a Journal Referencing a Journal
  • 10. How to Reference a Website Referencing a Website
  • 11. OliverPlato Internet Detective
  • 12. Resources Found
  • 13.  Have another look at the Plagiarism Quiz What do you think now? (5 minutes)
  • 14. Quiz AnswersQ1. The Penalties of PlagiarismWhat could happen to a student who is found guilty of plagiarism?
  • 15. Quiz AnswersQ1. The Penalties of PlagiarismWhat could happen to a student who is found guilty of plagiarism?(b) Correct - if it is proved that the student plagiarised work, they may receive no marks and fail the assignment.(c) Correct - serious cases of plagiarism may result in the awarding of low or zero marks, which may affect the students overall results.(d) In extreme cases, the student may face expulsion from their institution.
  • 16. Quiz AnswersQ2. PlagiarismWhich of the following would you consider to be plagiarism?
  • 17. Quiz AnswersQ2. PlagiarismWhich of the following would you consider to be plagiarism?(a) Correct. This word for word copying is plagiarism.(b) Correct. This is plagiarism. You have paraphrased the ideas on the web site but you have notacknowledged the source or given a correct citation and reference.(d) Correct. This is still plagiarism. You have made a start by putting the information in quotationmarks but you have not given a reference to the source.
  • 18. Quiz AnswersQ3. CopyrightIf a web site does not have a copyright symbol © you can copyinformation, ideas or images from it for use in your own work and youdo not need to say where you found them.A TrueB False
  • 19. Quiz AnswersQ3. CopyrightIf a web site does not have a copyright symbol © you can copyinformation, ideas or images from it for use in your own work and youdo not need to say where you found them.(b) Correct. On some sites you will find a copyright symbol but if the symbol is missing the site willstill be protected by law from you stealing its ideas.
  • 20. Quiz AnswersQ4. Citing and referencingWhat information do you need to give in your reference to a web site?
  • 21. Quiz AnswersQ4. Citing and referencingWhat information do you need to give in your reference to a web site?(a) Correct. This is important information that your reader will need to know if they want to findthis source.(b) Correct. It is important to note the year of publication so that your reader will know the age ofthis resource.(c) Correct - you should cite the name if there is an authors name. Sometimes you will just need togive the name of the organisation.(d) Correct. It is important to record the name of the site in case the URL has changed since youmade your citation.(e) Correct. Noting the date of access is important so that the reader can judge whether a sitescontent may have changed since you made your citation.
  • 22. Quiz AnswersQ5. Citing and referencingWhich of the following shows a correct example of a reference to aweb site using the Harvard style?
  • 23. Quiz AnswersQ5. Citing and referencingWhich of the following shows a correct example of a reference to aweb site using the Harvard style? (e) Correct - this citation has all the elements you need for your reference.
  • 24. Thanks to...Innovation for Learning. (2008) Plato: Plagiarism Teaching Online, University of Derby[online]. Available fromhttp://vle03/TDA/students/mmrc/Plato%20Plagiarism/index.html(Accessed: 25th September 2011)Masters, S. (1990)The Role of School Governors in the EducationSystem, Loughborough University of Technology, LoughboroughPlace, E., Kendall, M., Hiom, D., Booth, H., Ayres, P., Manuel, A., Smith, P. (2006)Internet Detective: Wise up to the Web, 3rd edition, Intute Virtual TrainingSuite, [online]. Available from: http://www.vts.intute.ac.uk/detective/ (Accessed:25thSeptember 2011)Softlink. (2011) Oliver Homepage, [online]. Available from:http://oliver:8080/oliver/opac/search.do (Accessed: 25th September 2011)