It:   Kn ow             ,             ar ism       la gi            ,a  nd     P              tte             tiq ue      ...
•    Plagiar ism is t aking someone else’s wor k or idea    and saying it is your own wit hout giving cr edit t o    t he ...
•    Wor d t o Wor d : wor d t o wor d plagiar ism is    basically copying and past ing. Copying somebody’s    exact wor d...
You don’t want to get a F on a paper because you plagiarizeor you don’t want to get fined so, I suggest you follow theseti...
•    Net iquet t e is simply a guideline f or appr opr iat e    behavior on t he int er net .•    Helps pr event cyber bul...
•   Basics:help the new people, research before asking,and    remember peoples feelings.•   Sending:be brief. Use white sp...
•   Basics:help the new people, research before asking,and    remember peoples feelings.•   Sending:be brief. Use white sp...
●    Plagiarism can get you expelled from your class or      course  ●   Plagiarism can result in your work being destroye...
•   A legal right given to a publisher    and a originator to print, publish,    perform , film, or record musical    mate...
•   What do Copyrights protect?    The rights granted by copyrights include protections    regarding any attempts at copyi...
•    Hope this slideshare powerpoint has help you learn or     learn more about plagiarism, copyrighting, and     netiquet...
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Know it: Plagiarism,Netiquette.and Copyrighting

  1. 1. It: Kn ow , ar ism la gi ,a nd P tte tiq ue n e ti ng yr igh Ull ah c op na meClick to edit Master subtitle style y : A B 9/25/12
  2. 2. • Plagiar ism is t aking someone else’s wor k or idea and saying it is your own wit hout giving cr edit t o t he aut hor .• Coping and Past ing• Synonyms: bor r owing, f r aud, inf r ingement , t hef t , and pir acy. What is Plagiarism? 9/25/12
  3. 3. • Wor d t o Wor d : wor d t o wor d plagiar ism is basically copying and past ing. Copying somebody’s exact wor ds or idea and not cit ing , giving cr edit t o t hem, and not quot ing• Par aphr asing: Par aphr asing is r est at ing someone else’s wor k or idea in your wor ds.• Not Plagiar ism: Not plagiar ism is simply not plagiar ism. You eit her used common knowledge, you cit ed or quot ed exact wor ds and sour ces. Types of Plagiarism 9/25/12
  4. 4. You don’t want to get a F on a paper because you plagiarizeor you don’t want to get fined so, I suggest you follow thesetips on how to avoid plagiarism:• Put in quotations everything that comes directly from the text• If a piece of information isnt common knowledge, you need to cite a source.• Use your own words and ideas. How to Avoid Plagiarism 9/25/12
  5. 5. • Net iquet t e is simply a guideline f or appr opr iat e behavior on t he int er net .• Helps pr event cyber bulling• Et iquet t e on t he int er net What is Netiquette? 9/25/12
  6. 6. • Basics:help the new people, research before asking,and remember peoples feelings.• Sending:be brief. Use white spaces, stay on topic, and make sure you are sending it to the right person.• Replying:check current information before replying, make sure again you are replying to the right person• Confidentially:respect copyright,remembering archiving, and never send what you dont read.Types of Netiquette 9/25/12
  7. 7. • Basics:help the new people, research before asking,and remember peoples feelings.• Sending:be brief. Use white spaces, stay on topic, and make sure you are sending it to the right person.• Replying:check current information before replying, make sure again you are replying to the right person• Confidentially:respect copyright,remembering archiving, and never send what you dont read.Types of Netiquette 9/25/12
  8. 8. ● Plagiarism can get you expelled from your class or course ● Plagiarism can result in your work being destroyed ● Plagiarism can result in expulsion from your academic institution ● Plagiarism can result in legal action.Consequences of Plagiarism 9/25/12
  9. 9. • A legal right given to a publisher and a originator to print, publish, perform , film, or record musical material.• Copyrighting 9/25/12
  10. 10. • What do Copyrights protect? The rights granted by copyrights include protections regarding any attempts at copying, distributing or adapting the original work.• What works can be copyrighted? According to copyright laws in the United States, thefollowing works may be copyrighted:engravings,maps andcharts, musical records, musical compositions ,literaryworks and books, etc.• Copyright Facts How long do Copyrights last?The Copyright laws , specified limitation or period of time 9/25/12of protection will vary based on location.
  11. 11. • Hope this slideshare powerpoint has help you learn or learn more about plagiarism, copyrighting, and netiquette. Here is a short quiz to help remember and sum up the whole presentation.1. What are the 3 types of plagiarism?2. Name 2 facts for both plagiarism and copyrighting.3. What is netiquette?4. What are some consequences if you plagiarize?Overview 9/25/12
  12. 12. Free Pictures Web: Dream technology background picture (2012) http:// www.freepicturesweb.com/pictures/2010-06/5571.html Academic Fix: Non-Plagiarized Work (2012)• http://academicfix.com/?p=84 Hellbound Bloggers: 40+ Websites For Copyright And Royalty Free Photos (2008-2012) http:// hellboundbloggers.com/2009/11/22/copyright-and-royalty-free-phoReference Page:Mono Live Free Plagiarism Scan (n.d)• http:// www.mono-live.com/2012/02/free-plagiarism-scan.html 9/25/12

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