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Transcript of Digital Integrity
Top Plagiarized Sites
Honoring Intellectual Property
How to search
Identify your work
All of these are considered plagairism
turning in someone else's work as your own
copying words or ideas without giving credit
failing to use a quotation without using a quotation mark
giving incorrect information about the source of the quotation
changing words but keeping sentence structure of a source without giving credit
buying, stealing, or borrowing a paper
Cut & Paste
Ways to show your learning
Word patch is an idea, word or paragraph that is copied and patched into the essay. Often the connection between this idea and others in the essay feel disjointed.
This is when a project, paper or lesson created for one class is then turned in to another class. This project may be slightly adapted and still qualify as self plagiarism
Copy & paste and cut & paste are the same idea. This is when ideas or wording is copied from websites or articles. These ideas are not referenced or cited. Often the copied pieces are inserted into essays.
Complete plagairism is an essay or project that is copied entirely from another resource. It can be a paid for essay or a simple copied essay.
If you are commenting on a copy righted work-- for instance, writing a book review -- fair use principles allow you to reproduce some of the work to achieve your principles.* Fair use applies to education and instructors mainly.
"Generally speaking you can regard something as common knowledge if you find the same information undocumented in at least 5 credible sources."#
Copyright refers to laws that regulate the use of a work belonging to a creator, such as an artist or author. This includes copying, distributing, altering and displaying creative, literary and other types of work. ~
Public Domain works are shared by everyone. Some types of media are published in the public domain while others "Pass into the public domain" after a period of copyright protection expires.
Media which you create yourself is homegrown. Pictures in your grandmother's attic which she gives you permission to scan and upload are also homegrown.*
Post your work but use a creative commons license, or an image stamper (which shows you have the right to CC images). Be sure your work is not shared or copied.
Delineate which ideas you have found and which ideas are fresh to you. Use color coding within your note taking to show the difference between these ideas in your writing.+
Follow MLA format for citations in writing, image, data, or video location
Creative Commons is a tool to balance the idea of "all rights reserved" copyright term. It is a standarized way of holding a copyright of a person's work while allowing some uses certain uses of their work.+
When you are looking for images be sure to search for reusable images (found on Google Advanced Search)
Visit my website for a list of sites that will help you focus your search.
If you have any questions about citing your sources, plagiarism, or free sources please take time to ASK. Ask before you turn in the paper or assignment. It will save you a lot of headaches to pre-think.
Record the websites you actively quoted, as well as the sites which you consulted for background knowledge on your subject.
This prezi's list of image and resource citations
* Fryer, W. Playing with Media, ebook 2011. retrieved on August 12, 2011.
~retrieved on August 10, 2011 http://www.graphicdesign.about.com/legalglossary/g/copyright.htm
+ retrieved on August 15, 2011 Creative Commons.org/about
newspaper men--tinyurl.com/mrs-g1 retrieved August 18, 2011
copy & paste--tinyurl.com/digitial12 retrieved August 18, 2011
Stolen Passages--tinyurl.com/digital13 retrieved August 18, 2011
Copyright sign--tinyurl.com/digital 14 retrieved August 18, 2011
Creative Commons--tinyurl.com/digital16 retrieved August 18, 2011
The new Plagiarism www.FNO.org/may98/cove98may.htm