Librarian leads How does it make you feel? LET lead what is it. Librarian leads Referencing LET leads writing and citing as you go
Think of something you are very proud to have created (e.g. picture, song, writing): How did it make you feel when you created this? What response did you get from friends, family, others? Share this
Ask the audience to reflect and share (in person or on padlet)
Discuss (in person or thoughts on Padlet)
What do you see here? Would you consider these plagiarism? No partly because Da Vinci’s mona lisa is so famous that the tribute is already very clear, but also because the artists have acknowledged us in our name.
Get them to follow hands on
Get them to open Summon
Save some refs to RefWorks
Get them to set up account. Explain they need to harvest records from now on.
More tools to install If Mac running Word 2016 need RefWorks Citation Manager from the app store. PC running Word 2016 and Windows 10 can use either Write n Cite or RefWorks Citation manager
Practice sorting to folders and sharing
Have a go at Quick cite
Write n Cite is on Student PCs but not staff PCs yet. So show video to explain rather than complicate hands on.
In the first – this is a compare and contrast issue. When we are citing sources we want to be able to discuss how those sources relate to each other. In what ways to theorists agree or disagree with each other for example – so there is an element of debate. Here we must acknowledge where things come from When attributing work to others as said earlier we must respect the integrity of that message and not morph it, though we may wish to deliberately morph it with our own take, but we have got to be clear about when an idea transforms into our own spin and away from the original conception. Finally, we have to think about taking ownership enough to formulate our own theories and about our own identities and position in what we are writing. Also our own integrity.
Plagiarism referencing for p hds 2017 webinar for websites