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Myths that Retard Real Learning

Some Myth-Busters about Studying and Learning + How to Avoid Plagiarism

Todd Nelson

on 29 July 2010

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Transcript of Myths that Retard Real Learning


1. "I study better with
the TV or music on."
2. "I can wait and cram
before the exam."
3. "Cheating is not so bad;
everybody does it."
Your brain can only focus on
one thing at a time.
Think for yourself!
1. You learn.
3. You keep your integrity.
2. You avoid humiliation.
In a time of universal deceipt, telling the truth
is a revolutionary act. -- George Orwell
Real learning requires discipline.
If cramming seems helpful, it's because you focused.
Focus in several sessions before the exam!
How to Avoid Plagiarism
1) Budget your time
2) Document your research
3) Paraphrase, summarize
4) Cite your sources
5) Use TurnItIn
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