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INFOMATION ON NETIQUETTE,COPYRIGHT, AND PLAGIARISM By: Khalel Russell
Infomation on Netiquette. “Netiquette stands for “Internet Etiquette.” “You have  to check spelling, grammar, and punctua...
Netiquette (Continued). Netiquette just don’t help students, but also helps  adults such as: Teachers/principal’s Paren...
Netiquette (Continued). Netiquette affects students by “online class  netiquette”(n.d.)(http://www.networketiquette.net/e...
Plagiarism. Plagiarism is when you steal, rewrite, and/or copy-  and-paste someone’s work. Also, “plagiarism is an act o...
Information on Plagiarism(continued). Here are some examples of plagiarism: Copying someone’s work Rewriting someone’s ...
Information on Plagiarism(continued). If you have references or sources and quotation marks  on your work, then you are n...
Information on Copyright. “Copyright is a legal term describing rights given to  creators for their literary and artistic...
Copyright (Continued). Copyright covers a lot of things. It covers movies, videos, books, etc. Without copyright, peopl...
References.   www.gsc.edu/academics/eLearning/sstudent/pages/Netiquette.aspx (n.d.).   www.networketiquette.net/ecourse....
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  1. 1. INFOMATION ON NETIQUETTE,COPYRIGHT, AND PLAGIARISM By: Khalel Russell
  2. 2. Infomation on Netiquette. “Netiquette stands for “Internet Etiquette.” “You have to check spelling, grammar, and punctuation before sending whatever you type over the internet”(http://www.gsc.edu/academics/eLearning/s tudent/Pages/Netiquette.aspx)(n.d.). Netiquette is good for a lot of stuff. It also have some rules for the internet.
  3. 3. Netiquette (Continued). Netiquette just don’t help students, but also helps adults such as: Teachers/principal’s Parents/grandparents And employees.
  4. 4. Netiquette (Continued). Netiquette affects students by “online class netiquette”(n.d.)(http://www.networketiquette.net/ec ourse.html). “Online Class Netiquette is the social code of online classes”(n.d.)(http://www.networketiquette.net/ec ourse.html). Netiquette is also a “social code of the internet”(n.d.)(http://www.networketiquette.net/ecou rse.html).
  5. 5. Plagiarism. Plagiarism is when you steal, rewrite, and/or copy- and-paste someone’s work. Also, “plagiarism is an act of fraud.” “Fraud is both stealing and lying”(n.d.) (http://www.plagiarism.org/plag_article_what_is_plag iarism.html).. Plagiarism and fraud are synonyms.
  6. 6. Information on Plagiarism(continued). Here are some examples of plagiarism: Copying someone’s work Rewriting someone’s work Copy-and paste someone’s else work And “failing to put quotation marks” on the sentence that you written/typed(n.d.) (http://www.plagiarism.org/plag_article_what_is_plagiaris m.html).).
  7. 7. Information on Plagiarism(continued). If you have references or sources and quotation marks on your work, then you are not doing plagiarism. In order to not do plagiarism, YOU HAVE TO CITE YOUR WORDS! Examples of siting your words: (Myers, 2000, para. 5)(Beutler, 2000, Conclusion section, para. 1)(http://www.umuc.edu/library/libhow/apa_exampl es.cfm)(n.d.).
  8. 8. Information on Copyright. “Copyright is a legal term describing rights given to creators for their literary and artistic works”(http://www.wipo.int/copyright/en/general/ab out_copyright.html)(n.d.). Copyright is a law and you can be in jail for a while. Copyright is when you are prohibited to copy movies, videos, or/and work.
  9. 9. Copyright (Continued). Copyright covers a lot of things. It covers movies, videos, books, etc. Without copyright, people will illegally record movies or videos. They would also rewrite books and novels (also plagiarism).
  10. 10. References. www.gsc.edu/academics/eLearning/sstudent/pages/Netiquette.aspx (n.d.). www.networketiquette.net/ecourse.html (n.d.). www.wipo.int/copyright/en/general/aboutcopyright.html(n.d.). www.plagiarism.org(2012). www.umuc.edu/library/libhow/apa_examples.cfm(2012). www.copyright.gov/circs/clrc01.pdf(n.d.). http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/kgtoh/kgtoh1105/kgtoh110500153/9504378 -background-concept-wordcloud-illustration-of-netiquette-glowing-light.jpg (1996-2001). http://www.edutopia.org/images/graphics/plagiarism.jpg(2012). TAYIFyuZxfQ/TiOq_rm4b_I/AAAAAAAACes/9uJCYJ2lSJU/s320/net.jpg(2011). http://oliveharveycollegelibraryguides.pbworks.com/f/1337012180/plagiarism.gi f(2006). http://static.zoonar.com/img/www_repository3/0e/8d/77/10_8d78cd58b63244 44b66c2c376f4a39b9.jpg(2011).

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