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  1. Intellectual TheftPlagiarism and Referencing Sources Tina Murphy June 17, 2011 FRIT 8530
  2. What is intellectual theft?Stealing someone’s ideas, thoughts, or words and making them your own. In other words, Plagiarism. http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-plagiarism.html
  3. PlagiarismAccording to the Merriam-WebsterOnline Dictionary, to "plagiarize"means…!   to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as ones own!   to use (anothers production) without crediting the source!   to commit literary theft Plagiarismdotorg
  4. PlagiarismAccording to the Merriam-WebsterOnline Dictionary, to "plagiarize"means…!   to present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source.In other words, plagiarism is an act of fraud. Itinvolves both stealing someone elses work andlying about it afterward. Plagiarismdotorg
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  6. Copy and PasteMetaphor 5 Types of Word Plagiarism Switch Idea Style For detailed information, please click on the link below. http://www.valdosta.edu/~cbarnbau/personal/teaching_MISC/plagiarism.htm
  7. Copy and PasteOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…
  8. Copy and PasteOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…Copy and Paste: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” to enhance student learning…
  9. Correct MethodCite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcasting,’” (Purcell, 2011) to enhance…
  10. Correct MethodCite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcasting,’” (Purcell, 2011) to enhance…✓Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording.
  11. Correct MethodCite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcasting,’” (Purcell, 2011) to enhance…✓Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording.✓Copy text exactly from the original source.
  12. Correct MethodCite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcasting,’” (Purcell, 2011) to enhance…✓Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording.✓Copy text exactly from the original source.✓(Author, Year of publication)
  13. Word SwitchOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…
  14. Word SwitchOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…Word Switch: Neither an iPod nor any other kind of mp3 player is needed to create podcasts, a term which combines the words “iPod” and “Broadcasting,” because…
  15. Correct MethodCredit the Source: According to Purcell (2011), neither an iPod nor any other kind of mp3 player is needed to create podcasts, a term which “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘Broadcasting,’” because…
  16. Correct MethodCredit the Source: According to Purcell (2011), neither an iPod nor any other kind of mp3 player is needed to create podcasts, a term which “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘Broadcasting,’” because…✓Credit the author for their information.
  17. Correct MethodCredit the Source: According to Purcell (2011), neither an iPod nor any other kind of mp3 player is needed to create podcasts, a term which “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘Broadcasting,’” because…✓Credit the author for their information.✓Place all exact wording in quotations.
  18. StyleOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…
  19. StyleOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…Style Plagiarism: Podcasting is a term that combines two words, “iPod” and “Broadcasting.” However, neither an iPod nor mp3 player…
  20. StyleOriginal Excerpt: First Thought The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…Style Plagiarism: Podcasting is a term that combines two words, “iPod” and “Broadcasting.” However, neither an iPod nor mp3 player…
  21. StyleOriginal Excerpt: The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…Style Plagiarism: Second Thought Podcasting is a term that combines two words, “iPod” and “Broadcasting.” However, neither an iPod nor mp3 player…
  22. Correct MethodCredit the source and use your own words: According to Purcell (2011), podcasts are a great, yet inexpensive, method for students to be a creator of information. Podcast are audio files that are saved to mp3, wav, m4a, or various other audio formats. Little technology is needed to create podcasts…
  23. Correct MethodCredit the source and use your own words: According to Purcell (2011), podcasts are a great, yet inexpensive, method for students to be a creator of information. Podcast are audio files that are saved to mp3, wav, m4a, or various other audio formats. Little technology is needed to create podcasts…✓Credit the author for their information.
  24. Correct MethodCredit the source and use your own words: According to Purcell (2011), podcasts are a great, yet inexpensive, method for students to be a creator of information. Podcast are audio files that are saved as mp3, wav, m4a, or various other audio formats. Little technology is needed to create podcasts…✓Credit the author for their information.✓Remember: Use own words as much as possible!!!
  25. IdeaOriginal Excerpt: Podcasting can increase student’s motivation to learn through the integration of a technology they already love. Students will be more motivated to complete a project…
  26. IdeaOriginal Excerpt: Podcasting can increase student’s motivation to learn through the integration of a technology they already love. Students will be more motivated to complete a project…Idea Plagiarism: I believe that teachers can engage students through podcasting, because today’s students are technological natives. They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting…
  27. IdeaOriginal Excerpt: Podcasting can increase student’s motivation to learn through the integration of a technology they already love. Students will be more motivated to complete a project…Idea Plagiarism: This is the same idea. Teachers can engage students through podcasting, because today’s students are technological natives. They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting.
  28. Correct MethodCredit the source for any ideas: Teachers can engage students through podcasting, because today’s students are technological natives. They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting (Purcell, 2011). Additionally, this novel…
  29. Correct MethodCredit the source for any ideas: Teachers can engage students through podcasting, because today’s students are technological natives. They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting (Purcell, 2011). Additionally, this novel…✓Note: This is the most common form of plagiarism!
  30. Correct MethodCredit the source for any ideas: Teachers can engage students through podcasting, because today’s students are technological natives. They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting (Purcell, 2011). Additionally, this novel…✓Note: This is the most common form of plagiarism!✓Credit the author for ideas that are not your own.
  31. MetaphorOriginal Excerpt: His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lion’s growl just before the attack.
  32. MetaphorOriginal Excerpt: His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lion’s growl just before the attack.Metaphor Plagiarism: His voice bellowed with a lion’s growl, because he was screaming for vengeance deep within his soul.
  33. MetaphorOriginal Excerpt: Screaming soul His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lion’s growl just before the attack.Metaphor Plagiarism: His voice bellowed with a lion’s growl, because he was screaming for vengeance deep within his raging soul.
  34. MetaphorOriginal Excerpt: His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lion’s growl just before the attack. Growling lionMetaphor Plagiarism: His voice bellowed with a lion’s growl, because he was screaming for vengeance deep within his raging soul.
  35. Correct MethodCredit the source for any figurative language: His voice bellowed “with a lion’s growl” (Murphy, 2011), because vengeance burned deep within his furious soul.✓Figurative language is an author’s creative style.✓Try to write according to your style if at all possible.
  36. Correct MethodCredit the source for any figurative language: His voice bellowed “with a lion’s growl” (Murphy, 2011), because vengeance burned deep within his furious soul.✓Figurative language is an author’s creative style.✓Try to write according to your style if at all possible.✓However, give the source credit if you must use the original author’s figurative language.
  37. How to avoid Plagiarism!   Use your own words as much as possible.!   Always give credit to the source where you have received information.!   If you use someone’s exact words put them in quotes.!   If you have paraphrased someone’s work give credit.
  38. BibliographyBarnbaum, C. Plagiarism: A student’s guide to recognizing it and avoiding it. Retrieved June 13, 2011 from Valdosta State University Web Site: http://www.valdosta.edu/ ~cbarnbau/personal/teaching_MISC/plagiarism.htmPurcell, M. (2011). The power of podcasting. Library Media Connection, 48-49.What is Plagiarism? (n.d.) Retrieved July 15, 2008, from http://www.plagiarism.org/learning_center/ what_is_plagiarism.html

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