Using Information Ethically Library Boot Camp Fall 2013

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  • ABI/Inform: “steve jobs”, apple, iphone; scholarly journalsThe APA rule is that the author and date ALWAYS stay together, but the page number follows immediately after the direct quote. A block quote does not use quotation marks. Also notice the difference in the period placement for the two quotes.

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  • 1. Alvin Sherman Library Boot Camp Series USING INFORMATION ETHICALLY TRISHA PREVETT & BRIAN RYCKMAN
  • 2. EVALUATING SOURCES • Where is your information coming from? • How do you know if it is credible? • Is the source free of bias? • Do you look at many sources? • How do you pick?
  • 3. CRAAP TEST
  • 4. CRAAP CRITERIA
  • 5. CITING SOURCES: WHY To give credit to others ideas and words (this includes charts, tables, and other graphics)  To allow your reader to find your sources  Know what PLAGIARISM means and how you can avoid it!  educationaltechnologyguy.blogspot.co m
  • 6. PLAGIARISM AND SELF-PLAGIARISM Plagiarism is defined as using another person’s ideas or words without giving them proper credit.  Re-using class assignments in other classes is a form of self-plagiarism.  Plagiarism can be grounds for dismissal.  Graphic from San Jose State University plagiarism webpage (http://tutorials.sjlibrary.org/tutorial/plagiarism/tutorial/3plagiarism.htm
  • 7. PLAGIARISM Minor problem Extremely serious
  • 8. When to Cite a Reference Should I cite? Is it a quote? Cardiff University https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/tutorial/whento1.html Yes Use quotation marks and cite it with page number. No Yes Cite it with a text citation Is it a paraphrase? No Is it another’s idea/theory? Yes Cite it with a text citation No There is no need to cite if it’s common knowledge or your own thoughts.
  • 9. CITING SOURCES: HOW  In-text citations (in the body of your paper)  Paraphrasing  Direct quote  Block  quote – over 40 words Reference list (at the end of your paper)
  • 10. Two types of citations In-text citations and references
  • 11. In-text citation (paraphrase): McPherson (2007) raised issues of motivation in reading. In-text citation (direct quote): McPherson (2007) coined the phrase “goblet of motivation” (p. 71).
  • 12. In-text citation (paraphrase): McPherson (2007) raised issues of motivation in reading. In-text citation (direct quote): McPherson (2007) coined the phrase “goblet of motivation” (p. 71). Reference citation -- in reference list: McPherson, K. (2007). Harry Potter and the goblet of motivation. Teacher Librarian, 34(4), 71. doi:10.1037/0002-9432.76.4.482
  • 13. DIRECT AND BLOCK QUOTES DIRECT According to Mickalowski, Mickelson, and Keltgen (2008), “Apple parlayed the strong reputation of the Apple brand and the iPod’s success to enter a lucrative cell phone market” (p. 283). BLOCK However, there are differing opinions about Apple’s iPhone launch: Apple parlayed the strong reputation of the Apple brand and the iPod’s success to enter a lucrative cell phone market, a step that may ward off a potential threat to Apple as other companies introduce devices that have strong music-storing and playback capabilities. (Mickalowski, Mickelson, & Keltgen, 2008, pp. 283-284) APA manual, pp. 170-
  • 14. APA REFERENCE LIST– BASIC FORMAT  Start list on a new page, with References bold and centered at the top of the page. • Double spaced with hanging indent* • Alphabetize by author’s last name or name of the corporate author • Every reference should have a corresponding in-text citation • Every in-text citation should be listed in your references except for: • Personal Communications • Secondary Sources • Citing an entire website
  • 15. CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES APA Author(s) Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. D. (2010). It’s not about time: A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend, 24(3), 34-47. • • • • Initials, not first names. Ampersand (&), not the word and Comma before the ampersand. Space between initials See APA manual (6th ed.), p. 184
  • 16. CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES APA Year of publication Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. D. (2010). It’s not about time: A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend, 24(3), 34-47. • Enclosed in parentheses • Period after the parentheses • No month or day if the publication is a journal, not a magazine, newsletter, or newspaper article. See APA manual (6th ed.), p. 185
  • 17. CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES APA Article title Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. D. (2010). It’s not about time: A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend, 24(3), 34-47. • Only first word in title and subtitle should be be capitalized as well as any proper names. • A period at the end of the title. • Include one space after the period, not two. See APA manual (6th ed.), pp. 87, 185
  • 18. CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES APA Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. D. (2010). It’s not about time: A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend, 24(3), 34-47. • Journal title should have all important words capitalized. • It is italicized • The journal title is followed by a comma See APA manual (6th ed.), p. 186 Journal title
  • 19. CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES APA Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. D. (2010). It’s not about time: A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend, 24(3), 34-47. • • Volume, issue, and page number(s) • • The volume number is italicized There should be no space between the volume number and issue number Enclose issue number in parentheses and follow by a comma Do not use p. or pp. for journal articles. See APA manual (6th ed.), p. 186
  • 20. CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES MLA
  • 21. Citing Journal Articles From an Online Database Scott, Bede. “On Superficiality: Truman Capote and the Ceremony of Style.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 128-48. Academic OneFile. Web. 29 May 2013. See MLA (7th ed.), p. 192
  • 22. Citing Journal Articles: Author Field Scott, Bede. “On Superficiality: Truman Capote and the Ceremony of Style.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 128-48. Academic OneFile. Web. 29 May 2013.
  • 23. Citing Journal Articles: Article Title Field Scott, Bede. “On Superficiality: Truman Capote and the Ceremony of Style.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 128-48. Academic OneFile. Web. 29 May 2013.
  • 24. Citing Journal Articles: Publication Information Scott, Bede. “On Superficiality: Truman Capote and the Ceremony of Style.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 128-48. Academic OneFile. Web. 29 May 2013.
  • 25. Citing Journal Articles: Retrieval Info & Medium of Publication Scott, Bede. “On Superficiality: Truman Capote and the Ceremony of Style.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 128-48. Academic OneFile. Web. 29 May 2013.
  • 26. Citing Journal Articles: Full Examples Online Database & Print Scott, Bede. “On Superficiality: Truman Capote and the Ceremony of Style.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 128-48. Academic OneFile. Web. 29 May 2013. Polanah, Paulo, and Karl Precoda. “In the Vortex of Modernity: Writing Blackness, Blindness and Insight.” Journal of Modern Literature 34.3 (2011): 31-46. Print.
  • 27. CITING IN TEXT  MLA in-text citations follow the Author-Page style, meaning the author's last name and the page number(s) of the quotation or paraphrase must appear in the text  Wordsworth stated that Romanic poetry was marked by a "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (263). direct Romantic poetry is characterized by the "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (Wordsworth 263).direct Wordsworth extensively explored the role of emotion in the creative process (263). paraphrasing  
  • 28. WORKS CITED
  • 29. ALVIN SHERMAN GUIDES  www.nova.campusguides.com/apa  www.nova.campusguides.com/mla