Being smart on the web jah reebarber(ms.whitaker)

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Being smart on the web jah reebarber(ms.whitaker)

  1. 1. • Plagiarism is the act of copying some elses work and using it as your own. There are two types of plagiarism:• word for word• paraphrase
  2. 2. • Word for word plagiarism is when you write (or type) three or more words and do not use “quotation marks” to show that you are using someone else’s work.
  3. 3. • Paraphrase plagiarism is when you changeup the sources statement but you fail to use (parenthesis) to cite the person or place you read it from at the end of your sentence.
  4. 4. Always, and I mean always, cite your information and pictures for your assignments, projects, and other work you need it for. Especially if you paraphrase or write it word for word.For example:• You read: Every year, about • You type: “Every year, about 20% of Americans get lung 20% of Americans get lung cancer from smoking.” cancer from smoking.”Conner, D. Ph.D. Conner, D. Ph.D.(2010, University of North (2010, University of NorthCarolina) Carolina)
  5. 5. Usually, everything we see on the internet, such as pictures iscopyrighted and makes it harder for us to copy and paste or saveimages so we can use them for projects and other assignments. Sohere are tips to try to avoid copyrighted pictures and other stuff:• Avoid using when you see a copyright symbol (circle with the letter “c” in it) at the bottom.• Search for “free pictures” instead to avoid copyrighted pictures. Remember: although you may search for free pictures, there may still be pictures that are copyrighted.
  6. 6. • In middle school: You could get a failing grade for using plagiarized work.• In high school: You could get a failing grade and suspended.• In College: You could be kicked out of college if you use plagiarized work.• In Life after college: You could get arrested.• In life in general: You could get sued from the person who you plagiarized the work from.
  7. 7. “What is “netiquette”? Netiquette is the etiquette of theinternet. The practice of netiquette depends onunderstanding of how email, the Usenet, chatting, orother aspects of the internet actually work or arepracticed.”Types of Netiquette:• Netiquette Basics• Netiquette Of Sending• Netiquette Of Replying• Netiquette Of Confidentially
  8. 8. Rules Of Netiquette• Be Universal. • Be patient with newcomers.• Remember that the written word • Don’t break any laws. is hard to interpret. • Make a good impression.• Be careful not to use profanity • Always identify yourself. and other bad language.• Be brief when possible.• Do unto others as you want them to do to you.• Do not use capital letters.
  9. 9. Title: N/Ahttp://3d-wallpapers.net/ (pictures)Title: Avoiding Plagiarism anrrhsstudentwiki.wikispaces.com (pictures)Title: Netiquettehttp://www.slideshare.net/syazwani101/netiquette-5411949 (netiquette information)(2012)Title: Free 3D Desktop Wallpapershttp://cooldesktopbackgrounds.org/free-3d-desktop-wallpapers/ (pictures)

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