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    • 1. Plagiarism Week 10 PLAGIARISM
    • 2. Plagiarism
      • 1. copying another person’s work and submitting it as your own.
      • 2. presenting work completed
      • by someone else as your own.
      • 3. taking an idea from someone else and submitting it as your own.
      • 4. Lots of other examples as well… such as…?
    • 3. What is NOT plagiarism
      • Your own experiences, observations, insights, thoughts and conclusions.
      • Your own results from personal observations of an experiment or study.
      • Your own artistic or literary creations such as prose, poems, diagrams, artwork, audio recordings, video recordings, and photographs.
      • Facts that are generally accepted as being true. (The sky is blue!)
      • Common knowledge or observations considered to be common sense.
      • Historical events, myths, and legends.
    • 4. How close is too close?
      • Romance novel #1, Sloppy Firsts, by Megan McCafferty
      • "Though I used to see him sometimes at Hope's house, Marcus and I had never, ever acknowledged each other's existence before. So I froze, not knowing whether I should (a) laugh, (b) say something, or (c) ignore him and keep on walking. I chose a brilliant combo of (a) and (b)…
      • "I turned around and saw that Marcus was smiling at me."
      Romance novel # 2, How Opal Mehta…, by Kaavya Viswanathan "Though I had been to school with him for the last three years, Sean Whalen and I had never acknowledged each other's existence before. I froze, unsure of (a) what he was talking about, or (b) what I was supposed to do about it. I stared at him…. "I looked up and saw that Sean was grinning." Smith, D. (2006, April 25). Harvard novelist says copying was unintentional. New York Times , retreived from: http://nyti.ms/tvvRSz
    • 5. How close is too close?
    • 6. How close is too close? What about now? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27syhPd08hw&feature=related
    • 7. How close is too close?
    • 8. Avoiding Plagiarism Quote! Paraprhase! Summarize! Take effective notes In Text Citations
    • 9. First Page of Paper Example SELF-CONCEPT 2 The Impact of Academic Self-Concept on Academic Achievement Business schools and faculty are concerned about designing educational processes that enhance student’s learning (Bennett, 2003) while developing critical beings that “manage complexity, uncertainty, equivocality and value conflicts” (Debler, Welsh, & Levvy, 2001, p. 45). Raising student’s level of complicated understanding (Bartunek, Gordon, & Weathersby, 1983), i.e. connecting
    • 10. When to Use In-Text Citations Rebecca Johnson – Harrison College
      • Quoting
      • Paraphrasing
      • Summarizing
      For…
    • 11. In-Text Citation Parts Author’s Last Name Year of Publication Page Number (on websites: paragraph number)
    • 12. Paraphrasing Examples Student achievement is partially obtained by the student focusing on desirable goals and outcomes (Miller, 2009). Miller (2009) establishes that goals and outcomes are extremely important elements in student achievement. In a 2009 article, Miller established that goals and outcomes are an important determinant of student achievement. 1. 2. 3.
    • 13. Quotation Example “ Within the college classroom, teachers and students make thousands of decisions that affect learning” (Miller, 2009, p. 4). REMEMBER . . . If your quote is longer than 40 words, indent 5 additional spaces in both the left and right margins. AND If no date is found, use n.d. in its place.
    • 14. You try… If you paraphrase from the book Cure tooth decay, by Ramiel Nagel, from 2009, what goes at the end of your sentence? If you quote from a website with no author, from 2010, what goes at the end of the sentence? If you summarize from a journal article with 4 authors, and no date, what goes at the end of the sentence?
    • 15. So what if you need some bling?!
      • http://creativecommons.org/
      • You can always use Microsoft clipart in your presentations as well without citing the source.
      • Your own photos, drawings, etc
    • 16. “ They” are watching you!
      • Did you know that there is software here at Harrison that is used to see if you are plagiarizing?
      • Turnitin
      • Originality reports
      • Let’s go the their website:
      • http:// www.turnitin.com
      • http:// turnitin.com/static/videos/instructor_viewingor.html
    • 17. In-class activities
      • 1. Is it plagiarism???
      2. http:// bit.ly/nEwz8V
    • 18. One Minute Write up
      • Questions or concerns about the final project?
      • Anything specific you want reviewed for the final exam?
      • One thing you have enjoyed about this class, and one thing you have not enjoyed: