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Using Information Ethically

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Christina Sheldon

on 2 February 2017

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Responsibility to produce your own work and not pass off the work of other people as your own.

When you use someone else’s work, you must acknowledge the work by citing its source.
Intellectual Property =
Academic
Dis
honesty -
Most common examples
Cheating
Plagiarism

Intellectual Property defined
INFORMATION
ETHICS

ACADEMIC HONESTY
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Academic Honesty
defined

a.k.a. academic integrity, or honor code
"Kidnapping" someone else's words and pretending they're your own. Includes
self-plagiarism

(re-submitting a previous project that you wrote).
How NOT TO PLAGIARIZE??
Cite sources!
MLA Style
In-text citations = (Author Page #)
These concerns have been raised by
other observers (
Jackson 132
). Specifically,
Lopez
notes that "many undergraduates are unaware of the importance of their choices" (
474
).
. . .
Full citations for the Jackson and Lopez sources are then included at
the end of the project in the list of
Works Cited
.
MLA Style
In-text citations = (Author Page #)
. . .
APA Style
In-text citations = (Author, Year)
These concerns have been raised by
other observers (
Jackson, 2015
). Specifically,
Lopez
notes that "many undergraduates are unaware of the importance of their choices" (
2016
).
. . .
Full citations for the Jackson and Lopez sources are then included at
the end of the project in the list of
References
.
MLA Style
In-text citations = (Author Page #)
These concerns have been raised by
other observers (
Jackson 132
). Specifically,
Lopez
notes that "many undergraduates are unaware of the importance of their choices" (
474
).
. . .
Full citations for the Jackson and Lopez sources are then included at
the end of the project in the list of "
Works Cited
."
MLA Style
In-text citations = (Author Page #)
. . .
APA Style
In-text citations = (Author Date)
These concerns have been raised by
other observers (
Jackson, 2015
). Specifically,
Lopez
notes that "many undergraduates are unaware of the importance of their choices" (
2016
).
. . .
Full citations for the Jackson and Lopez sources are then included at
the end of the project in the list of "
References
."
When to cite?
When you
quote
something word-for-word
When you
paraphrase
something in your own words
When you
copy/paste
an image or chart into your project
How?
When?
How to cite?
Any creative work or product of the mind.
Books, articles, webpages, speeches, poems, scripts, music, videos, films, games, software, inventions, original research data, commercial designs.
NOT YOURS?
NEED TO CITE
NEED HELP??
Visit the Reference Desk
Presentation by Christina Sheldon for Glendale Community College Library Workshop, 2016
Jackson, Samantha.
Student
Success for All: Technology and
Teaching in the 21st Century
.
SAGE Publications, 2015.

Lopez, Elan. "New Students, New
Mindsets: The Path to
Graduation for First-Year
College Students."
Social
Indicators Research,
vol. 116,
no. 2, 8 Mar. 2016, pp. 472-84.
ProQuest Research Library
,
doi:10.1093/8633492/018.

References
Works Cited
Jackson, S. (2015)
Student
success for all: Technology and
teaching in the 21st century
.
Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE
Publications.

Lopez, E. (2016). New students, new
mindsets: The path to grad-
uation for first-year college
students.
Social Indicators
Research,

116
(2), 472-84.
doi:10.1093/8633492/018
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