• Don’t you always hear about plagiarism?, and how you shouldn’t do it?• When you always do a project and think that no one will realize if you copy and paste?• You think that that won’t look up or type in what you wrote if they have a weird feeling about your work.• It’s not hard to find what you’ve written if taken off the internet.• Do you know it exactly what plagiarism? Well plagiarism is copying something someone says and you don’t give them credit and try and pass it off as your own.
• This is what the writerYou read: wrote:“Nineteen percent of full-time • Nineteen percent of full-freshmen say they spend only time freshmen say they1 to 5 hours per week spend only 1 to 5 hours perpreparing for classes…” week preparing for classes. • Can you tell if this is plagiarism? Can you explainFrom: Young, Jeffrey R. Homework? What the type of Plagiarism?Homework? Chronicle of Higher Education, 49 • This person didn’t cite(15).12/6/2002. where they got they’re work from, and they didn’t but quotation marks around what they copied.
• Identifying Plagiarism• No quotation marks• not cited.• Word for word.• Paraphrasing but still using three or more words.• Plagiarism is something you can get charged for.
• Do you know what netiquette mean? Do you know what to do? Do you know what it’s used for?• Netiquette is behavior on the internet• safe behavior• When on social networks such as twitter, Facebook, etc.• Use age appropriate language• Use proper grammar☻• Try to not use the caps lock as much, so it won’t seem as if your yelling at that person.• Respect Other’s and what they may and may not want you to post, send or email to anybody but yourself
• Netiquette should be used on every social media websites or Applications• Examples1. Facebook2. Twitter3. Google plus4. Edublogs5. Yahoo mail6. Gmail7. Instant messaging on any website.8. Windows Live email9. Wikispaces10. Instagram
• Have you ever heard or seen adults say or make you look up copyrighting?• Have you ever wondered why they say for you to make sure you don’t do it?• Well first of all it’s a federal offense, Taking something as in a picture and you don’t have the author or artist permission. Then if they see that they can confront you , and they may ask you why you didn’t ask them?• Even if the person is deceased, you would need to ask the publishers .
• If you don’t get the author’s permission, then it should have a little “c” in a circle.• Example: The symbol should also say all rights reserved, and have the “c” in the circle.
• The Writing Place: Avoiding Plagiarism(2005).• www.writing.northwestern.edu/plagiarisim.html• Dictionary.com|define Plagiarism (2009).• http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/plagiarism• Dictionary.com|Define Netiquette(2009).• http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Netiquette?s=t• Social Networking for Kids(2012).• www.commonsensemedia.org/website-lists/social-networking- kids/• Netiquette: Rules of Behavior On The Internet(2010).• www.education.com/reference/article/netiquette-rules- behavior-internet/
• Netiquette picture on 7th slide• http://www.google.com/imgres?q=netiquette&um=1&hl=en&sa=N&biw=1 440&bih=799&tbm=isch&tbnid=2SZiI6co- IzloM:&imgrefurl=http://parham.me/2010/01/where-has-netiquette-gone- internet-selling-gone-wrong/&do• Picture for Copyrighting on 9th slide.• http://www.google.com/imgres?q=Copyrighting&um=1&hl=en&sa=N&bi w=1440&bih=799&tbm=isch&tbnid=9jgY_xmX004lHM:&imgrefurl=http:// www.thatagency.com/design-studio-blog/2011/03/copyrighting-and- copyright/&doc• Plagiarism Picture on 4th slide• http://libguides.uwf.edu/content.php?pid=347715&sid-2844386