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Part I of the NAIL (Nursing and Information Literacy) course requirements.

Part I of the NAIL (Nursing and Information Literacy) course requirements.

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  • Plagiarism is using someone else’s words as your ownPlagiarism occurs when you: Leave out quotations marks for quotesLeave out the author’s name, date and page number of the quote“Rewrite” (a.k.a. paraphrase) too closely to the original
  • Plagiarism is wrong because:You deny yourself the opportunity to learn and practice skills that may be needed in your future careers. You also deny yourself to opportunity to receive honest feedback on how to improve your skills and performance.You invite future employers and faculty to question your integrity and performance in general.You commit fraud on faculty who are evaluating your work.You deprive another author due credit for his or her work.You show disrespect for your peers who have done their own work.

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  • Nursing 115 Plagiarism Overview
  • • Plagiarism occurs when you: – Leave out quotations marks for quotes – Leave out the author’s name, date and page number of the quote – “Rewrite” (a.k.a. paraphrase) too closely to the original Image retrieved from http://dissertationtools.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=25
  • Why is Plagiarism Wrong? 1. Lose skills that may be needed in future careers 2. Question your integrity 3. Commit fraud 4. Deprive another author due credit 5. Disrespect for your peers Teaching and learning with technology (2012). Pennsylvania State University. Retrieved from http://tlt.its.psu.edu/plagiarism/student- tutorial/avoiding-cut-and-paste-plagiarism/ Image retrieved from http://www.tuition.com.hk/plagiarism-checker.htm