NETIQUETTE• The dictionary.com definition is “the rules of etiquette that apply when using computer networks”.• My definition is knowing what to or what not to say, post, or share online.• You have to know what is right and what is wrong.• It is also respecting people’s privacy (Netiquette 1990).
NETIQUETTE• You should use generally the same rules as you would use in real life.• This means no inappropriate content or language.• Some people do not follow these rules.• Therefore you should never release private information online. Always Remember Think Before You Send!!!
COPYRIGHT http://chrisbourg.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/copyright-symbol.jpg?w=96&h=96• The largest threat on the internet is copy right(http://www.benedict.com/info/info.aspx).• To get items copyrighted you can go to copyright.gov.• Anyone can get a copyright as long as they are the ones that wrote or created the thing they are trying to copyright.• There used to be a law saying all things had to have a copyright notice, according to copyright.gov, but the law is no longer a law. Although they say it is beneficial to add the notice.
COPYRIGHT http://www.thelogofactory.com/logo_blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/copyright-trademark-logo.png• “A copyright can go to any literary, artistic, dramatic, or musical works” (http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-protect.html)• Copyrighting is not free of course, but in some ways it is worth it.• The copyright symbol can be placed anywhere on the artwork, article, etc .(http://wiki.answers.com)• The penalties for disobeying copyright laws are “Infringer pays the actual dollar amount of damages and profits, the law provides a range from $200 to $150,000 for each work infringed, infringer pays for all attorneys fees and court costs, the court can issue an injunction to stop the infringing acts, the court can impound the illegal works, the infringer can go to jail.”(Copyright Infringement Penalties 2003)
COPYRIGHT• There are some things people thing about copyright that arent true. Here are some from 10 Big Myths About Copyright Explained (1994)1. If it doesn’t have a copyright symbol, its not copyrighted….. FALSE!2. If I do not charge for the copied information, it’s not a violation……FALSE!3. If you don’t defend your copyright you lose it……..FALSE!4. Made up stories based on other people’s information is ok……FALSE!5. I was emailed a copy, so I can re-post/post it……FALSE!
PLAGIARISM http://tutorials.sjlibrary.org/tutorial/plagiarism/source/images/plag03.jpg• There are two types of plagiarism. Word-for-word and paraphrase.• Word-for-word is basically copy and pasting a work. Changing one word to a synonym of it, or taking out a part or so, is still word-for-word.• Paraphrase is when you take another idea or work, but put it in your won words. It is still not your original idea, so it is still stealing.• Both types of plagiarism are illegal, and have the same consequences.
PLAGIARISM• Plagiarism is stealing someones work and claiming it as your own. It is similar to copyright..• A way to make sure you don’t write anything that did not come from your common knowledge.• If you do copy something word-for-word, you must put in in “quotation marks” and cite it in the reference page and after the sentence.• If you paraphrase something, you should cite it the same way, only take out the quotation marks. http://images.suite101.com/2567410_com_quotes.jpg
PLAGIARISM• The dictionary.com definition of citation is the act of quoting a reference to an authority or a precedent.• Plagiarism is also called copyright infringement.• It is a federal offence, so make sure you do not plagiarize.• Double check all your sources and citations to be sure you didn’t accidentally plagiarize.
REFERENCES• The Core Rules Of Netiquette (1990) http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html• Dictionary.com• Beat the Cheat: Teaching Students (and Parents) Its Not OK to Copy (2012) thttp://www.edutopia.org/dispatches-beat-the-cheat• 10 Big Myths about copyright explained (1994) http://www.templetons.com/brad/copymyths.htmlPlagiarismDotOrg (2012) plagiarism.org
REFERENCES• “Copyright Website” (1995) http://www.benedict.com/info/info.aspx• Copyright (N.D.) http://www.copyright.gov• No Website Name- The site is just a picture. (N.D.) http://chrisbourg.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/copyright-symbol.jpg?w=96&h=96• What Does Copyright Protect (2012) http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-protect.html• Copyright Infringement Penalties (2003) http://www.lib.purdue.edu/uco/CopyrightBasics/penalties.html