- Plagiarism is using someone else's work…without giving the original author credit for it.…It is an unethical practice, and in essence, is stealing.…Plagiarism is using words or ideas from a source…that is not credited.…Quoting or paraphrasing without citation.…Mentioning a unique idea or something…that is not common knowledge as if it were your own.…Submitting all or part of a work you previously created…without the permission of your instructors.…Here we are talking about plagiarizing yourself,…like submitting a paper you wrote for another course.…
How you can avoid it.…Use your own words.…Credit the original source.…Use quotation marks when using text from original sources.…Paraphrase without just changing…a few words or the word order.…Double check your work…to make sure everything is properly cited.…Often, plagiarism is the by-product of a rush…or messy research process.…Most people do not intend to plagiarize materials,…but rather, they forget to insert quotation marks…and give credit when appropriate.…Or, they intend to go back and rewrite or rephrase…
Artist or designer? Elsa explains how creative professionals can use informational searches for inspiration and professional development. Whatever your background, this course is designed to help you become a better, faster, and more thorough researcher.
- Understanding the information cycle
- Working with books, periodicals, databases, and web resources
- Identifying your information needs
- Choosing search terms
- Evaluating resources
- Citing sources
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Management Systems (LMS) Quick Startwith Aaron Quigley41m 38s Intermediate
1. Types of Resources
2. Search Strategies
3. Resource Evaluation
4. Ethical Use of Information
6. Information Literacy for Art and Design
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