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  • 1. MAKING ETHICAL CHOICES
    Internet Resource
    Use
    Guide
  • 2. A Common Belief:
    Students often think that any resources they can grab from the net should be theirs for the taking.
  • 3. Look at it
    this way:
    Does leaving your car open give people the right to take what they want –
    just because you made it easy?
  • 4. No?
  • 5. Many people feel the same way about their work.
    It’s their property.
  • 6. When you take the work of others, remix it, & present it as your own without obtaining permission or giving credit …
  • 7. … you are disrespecting their efforts & creativity.
  • 8. And that’s a form of stealing.
  • 9.
  • 10. (by permission)
    Remember:
    Just because you think no one is being hurt is not a good enough reason to take what is not yours.
  • 11. Making ethical choices for your projects isn’t hard if you know where to look & keep track as you work.
    (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
  • 12. So I expect you to ...
  • 13. USE PUBLIC DOMAIN & CC RESOURCES
    ~Images~
    ~Music & Sounds ~
    ~Videos~
    ~Media Collections~
  • 14. CREDIT ALL SOURCES USED
    • Obtain permission in writing before using ©opyright material
    • 15. List all sources in every project
    • 16. Link to a bibliography
    • 17. Annotate your bibliography to make it easy to check -- add information that tells how/where you used each source.
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