Plagiarism, copyright,netiquetteBy Raymond Russell
Plagiarism Plagiarism is when people copy other people work and tell people it there own work and they do not give credit to the author who actually wrote it
Why not to plagiarize You do not want to plagiarize because it can come back to haunt you teachers know your writing type and they can probably determine that you did not think about it yourself.
Avoiding plagiarism You can avoiding plagiarism by paraphrasing the paragraph in your own words so that you don’t get into trouble but remember that 3 or more words that you use and not give the author credit it is plagiarism.
Basics of netiquette Help other out because there probably new to computers The words that you put on line represent you and that what people are going to think about you. If you are mad at somebody do not put mean words on the internet because you will get into trouble
Rules of netiquette Be sure to make your messages clear so that people can understand it and short. Do not write in all caps because people might think your shouting at them Don’t write nothing that you don’t want anybody to see because it can come back to haunt you Dont use images articles without the people who made it permission.
References Plagiarism in the Digital Age: Voices from the Front Lines: What’s Happening in High Schools Today? (2012) http://www.plagiarism.org/ Netiquette (Internet Etiquette) (1996-2011) http://www.livinginternet.com Study guides and strategies (2011) http://www.studygs.net/netiquette.htm The Tech Terms Computer Dictionary (2012) http://www.techterms.com/definition/netiquette(n.d