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Vikki Day 5 Wikis, Plagiarism Assessment

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  • 1. Day 5 Wikis, Plagiarism and time to work and play.
  • 2. How you’re feeling right about now?
  • 3. Social Networks An Interesting Study
  • 4. Wikis: The ultimate collaboration tool
    • Special web site
      • allows visitors to add, remove, edit & change content
      • Not need access to or knowledge of web publishing software
    • Collaboration
      • Group members work on common document in common location
  • 5. What is a Wiki?
    • Back to Basics
  • 6. Wetpaint Templates
    • http://www.wetpaint.com/category/Education--Wikis-In-The-Classroom
  • 7. Want to Know more?
    • Wikispaces.com
    • Pbwiki.com
    • Wetpaint.com
    • Go here to explore various uses and tools. Play with the one you want.
    • Interested? – could use for your self directed project – pick something practical that you will use…don’t just do it for the sake of passing in an assignment
  • 8. Plagiarism What is it? Do you have any experience with it?
  • 9. The Subtle Approach
    • Research Assistance.com
    • Cyber Essays  
    • Free Essay Network *
    • Paper Masters
    • Paperwriters.com *
    PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 10. The “Not Quite So Subtle” Sites:
    • School Sucks
    • AND
    • The Evil House of Cheat
    PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 11. TOOLS TO DETECT & PREVENT PLAGIARISM PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 12. How Can You Spot a Plagiarized Paper?
    • A Paper Seems to Be "Too Good“
    • A Paper Sounds Familiar
    • A Paper Appears to Be Just "A Little Bit Off”
    For a detailed list of suggestions, see “ Dead Giveaways ” from Plagiarized.com PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 13. Using Fire to Fight Fire - Using the Internet to locate the copied source Take heart teachers!!  There are many ways to detect instances of plagiarism.  PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 14. The easiest, the cheapest method - but the most time consuming:
    • Choose a relatively unique sequence of 8-10 words from the paper
    • Type the sequence of words into Google.  Be sure to put quotation marks around the phrase.
    • In seconds you should receive a list of WebPages where that phrase appears.
    PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 15. An Ounce of Prevention…..
    • Make the assignment clear
    • Provide a list of specific topics
    • Avoid open-ended topics
    • Provide a list of specific resources
    • Require specific components in the paper
    • Require process steps / outlines/note cards
    • Require oral reports of student papers
    PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 16. More Ideas:
    • Require Bibliography/Works Cited List/Annotated Bibliographies
    • Require most references to be up-to-date
    • Require electronic copies of assignment
    • Require the submission of a copy of the 1 st page of every web sites used
    • Require an in-class essay
    • Use an example from one of the “paper mills”
    • (from: Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers by Robert Harris)
    PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 17. Read this excellent internet article
    • Seven Antidotes to Prevent Highway Robbery in an Electronic Age
    … PowerPoint Presentation Created by Jacquie Henry, MLS Gananda High School Library
  • 18. Assessment So, you’ve got this great multimedia project, now what?
  • 19.
    • Create a marking guide / rubric for a podcast.
  • 20.
    • Share with a partner.
    • Similiarities / differences?
  • 21. Content vs. Technology
    • Take a look at some of these sample rubrics.
    • http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/
    • Observations
  • 22.  
  • 23. Blooms Taxonomy and ICT
    • http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom%27s+and+ICT+tools
    • Where does Web 2.0 fit?
  • 24.
    • Revise your rubric – think about the ones we`ve looked at, your course content priorities.
    • Here are some other links to help you to various rubric generator sites – some are customizable such as rubistar.
    • http://school.discoveryeducation.com/schrockguide/assess.html

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