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Digital citizenship plagarism

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Plagiarism

Plagiarism

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  • 1. Plagiarism-is defined as “using someone else’s ideas or phrasing and representing them as your own, either on purpose of through carelessness” (Webster’s Dictionary).
    By: Sara Y and Sammy B
  • 2. Definitions for the 5 types of Plagiarism
    Full- work presented as ones own with no changes to the language
    Partial- a combination of two or three different sources
    Minimalistic- uses someone else’s concept or ideas
    Source citation- merge their writing with an original piece of writing
    Self-plagiarism- using ones work and rewriting it
  • 3. Examples
    Plagiarism-
    This website gives 10 examples of Plagiarism, if I just took this material and did not site this website that would be Plagiarism.
    http://gervaseprograms.georgetown.edu/honor/system/53501.html
    Correct citations-
    This website shows students how to properly cite sources.
    http://www.hancockcollege.edu/Default.asp?Page=1045
  • 4. Issues Concerning Plagiarism
    Academic Probation
    Credit for someone else’s work
    Misrepresentation
    Scholarship under false pretences
    Sites students can access to copy and buy papers
  • 5. Plagiarism Preventions
    There is software teachers are able to obtain to check students papers for plagiarism
    There is more awareness and websites that have different tools teachers can use to detect examples or indications a student is plagiarizing
    This website has many of those sites along with other help, such as how students can cheat and specific cases of plagiarism and helpful tips
    http://www.web-miner.com/plagiarism
  • 6. Our Resources
    • http://gervaseprograms.georgetown.edu/honor/system/53501.html
    • 7. http://www.hancockcollege.edu/Default.asp?Page=1045
    http://www.web-miner.com/plagiarism
    These websites below were not previous listed in the slides
    http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-plagiarism.html
    This website deals with the different types of plagiarism
    http://www.rbs2.com/plag.htm
    deals with the law of Plagiarism along with the definitions, types of plagiarism, and examples
  • 8. Test Questions
    Q: Give an example of issues concerning plagiarism.
    A: * see slide #2, one answer can be academic probation
    Q: How many types of plagiarism are there?
    A: * see resources above type of plagiarism or second side, five
    Q: How can you correctly cite a work?
    A: *see website in slide #2 under correct citations. One answer can be simply using () with the name of the author, page number, volume, and/ or website used.
  • 9. The EndThank you for your time

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