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Plagiarism

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This presentation is part of the Aspects to Consider section of the Time4 Online conference www.time4online.org.nz. It provides a scenario of plagiarism, definition, and links to useful material …

This presentation is part of the Aspects to Consider section of the Time4 Online conference www.time4online.org.nz. It provides a scenario of plagiarism, definition, and links to useful material online about information literacy. Presentation put together by Sarah O'Sullivan, CORE Education.

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    • 1. Plagiarism Plagiarism Plagiarism Plagiarism Plagiarism Plagiarism
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      • What is plagiarism?
      • According to the electronic edition of The Oxford English Dictionary, plagiarism is defined as “The action or practice of plagiarizing; the wrongful appropriation or purloining, and publication as one’s own, of the ideas, or the expression of the ideas (literary, artistic, musical, mechanical, etc.) of another.”
      • Plagiarism has become “easier” with technological advances such as web searching and copying and pasting.
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      • What can be done?
      • Information literacy
      • Encourage students to gather information from a variety of sources to form their ideas, synthesize and present their information (with references and sources acknowledged).
      • Find out more from…
      • Landmarks for Schools
      • ICT Learning Experience
      • Jamie McKenzie
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    • 10. Landmarks for Schools - David Warlick Combating Plagiarism http://davidwarlick.com/wordpress/?page_id=72 Landmarks Digital Index Card http://landmark-project.com/evaluation/dic1.php Evaluating Internet-based Information: A goals-based approach http://landmark-project.com/evaluation/index.html Plagiarism Plagiarism
    • 11. ICT Learning Experiences A Plague on Plagiarism - ICT Learning Experience This ICT Learning Experience details a method of encouraging students to consider copyright and plagiarism issues when researching information. Students were encouraged to explore print and online sources, and evaluate their usefulness. Blank dot-jot templates are provided for note-making. Developed by Pakuranga/Farm Cove Cluster as part of the ICT Professional Development Clusters Project. http://www.tki.org.nz/r/ict/ictpd/plague_on_plagiarism_e.php Plagiarism Plagiarism
    • 12. From Now On - Jamie McKenzie The New Plagiarism - Seven Antidotes to Prevent Highway Robbery in an Electronic Age http://questioning.org/Q4/cov98may.html The Research Cycle http://questioning.org/rcycle.html From Now On - articles on Information Literacy http://fno.org/fnoindex.html#infolit Plagiarism Plagiarism
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      • Participation
      • Here are some ways you can participate on www.time4online.org.nz after viewing this presentation and looking at the recommended links:
      • Forum - Ask questions, make a comment, or share with others what you have done in your school or class to combat plagiarism.
      • Sharing tool - if you have any resources or material you have created (relating to plagiarism or information literacy) that you are willing to share with others, upload it to the site.
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