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  • 1. Intellectual Theft Plagiarism 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. Plagiarism
    • to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own
    • to use (another's production) without crediting the source
    • to commit literary theft
    According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, to "plagiarize" means … Plagiarism dot org
  • 4. Plagiarism
    • to present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source.
    According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, to "plagiarize" means … In other words, plagiarism is an act of fraud. It involves both stealing someone else's work and lying about it afterward. Plagiarism dot org
  • 5. http://drpfconsults.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/copy-internet12.png
  • 6. 5 Types of Plagiarism Copy and Paste Metaphor Word Switch Idea Style http://www.valdosta.edu/~cbarnbau/personal/teaching_MISC/plagiarism.htm For detailed information, please click on the link below.
  • 7. Copy and Paste
    • Original 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 Paste
    • Original 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 Method Cite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that “combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcasting,’” (Purcell, 2011) to enhance…
  • 10. Correct Method Cite 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 Method Cite 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 Method Cite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that “ combines the words ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcasting,’ ” (Purcell, 2011) to enhance… ✓ (Author, Year of publication) ✓ Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording. ✓ Copy text exactly from the original source.
  • 13. Word Switch
    • Original 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 Switch
    • Original 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 Method
    • Credit 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 Method
    • Credit 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 Method
    • Credit 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. Style
    • Original Excerpt:
    • The term podcasting combines the words “iPod” and “broadcasting,” but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to…
  • 19. Style
    • Original 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. Style
    • Original 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… First Thought
  • 21. Style
    • Original 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 … Second Thought
  • 22. Correct Method
    • Credit 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 Method
    • Credit 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 Method
    • Credit 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. Idea
    • Original 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. Idea
    • Original 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. Idea
    • Original 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: Teachers can engage students through podcasting , because today’s students are technological natives. They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting. This is the same idea.
  • 28. Correct Method
    • Credit 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 Method
    • Credit 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 Method
    • Credit 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…
    ✓ Credit the author for ideas that are not your own. ✓ Note: This is the most common form of plagiarism!
  • 31. Metaphor
    • Original Excerpt:
    • His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lion’s growl just before the attack.
  • 32. Metaphor
    • Original 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. Metaphor
    • Original 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 raging soul . Screaming soul
  • 34. Metaphor
    • Original 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 raging soul . Growling lion
  • 35. Correct Method
    • Credit 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.
  • 36. Correct Method
    • Credit the source for any figurative language:
    • His voice bellowed “with a lion’s growl” (Murphy, 2011), because vengeance burned deep within his furious soul.
    ✓ Try to write according to your style if at all possible. ✓ Figurative language is an author’s creative style.
  • 37. Correct Method
    • Credit the source for any figurative language:
    • His voice bellowed “with a lion’s growl” (Murphy, 2011) , because vengeance burned deep within his furious soul.
    ✓ Try to write according to your style if at all possible. ✓ Figurative language is an author’s creative style. ✓ However, give the source credit if you must use the original author’s figurative language.
  • 38. 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.
  • 39. Bibliography
    • Barnbaum, 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.htm
    • Purcell, 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