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1 Some material in this presentation is used under the fair use exemption of the U.S. copyright law. Further use is prohibited.

2 - Or - Plagiarism and Copyright How I gave up “copy and paste” and learned to cite responsibly!

3 To help you understand Plagiarism To show you how to keep from plagiarizing when you do your school projects Two reasons for this PowerPoint

4 What, exactly, is Tell me what you think

5 Plagiarism is claiming another person’s work as your own APA Style (Gibaldi, 2003, p. 66) MLA Style (Gibaldi 66)

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8 Is plagiarism Cheating?

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10 What can be plagiarized? Words Can be plagiarized.. Videos, too - -

11 So...What Else? There’sm usic, and Lyrics

12 Two types of plagiarism: Intentional o Copying a friend’s work o Buying or borrowing papers o Cutting and pasting blocks of text from electronic sources without documenting o Media “borrowing” without documentation o Web publishing without permissions of creators Unintentional o Careless paraphrasing o Poor documentation o Quoting excessively o Failure to use your own “voice”

13 It even includes.. ideas that have been expressed in a tangible form Really any creation can be plagiarized You might be surprised to learn

14 So...what’s a person supposed to do? Hmmmmm mm!!?!! First, think about the information you’re using when you do a project...

15 Did you already know the information... or If you didn’t know it before - Did you learn it doing this project? Hmmmmm mm!!?!!

16 “Is it my responsibility to give credit?” Ask yourself: “Does someone else deserve credit?!?” AND

17 If you are using materials that belong to somebody else... then, you must give them credit!

18 “OK, so it’s my responsibility to give credit... but How in the world do I do that??” Do You Remember seeing the next slide before?

19 Plagiarism is claiming another person’s work as your own APA Style (Gibaldi, 2003, p. 66) MLA Style (Gibaldi 66)

20 Plagiarism is claiming another person’s work as your own APA Style (Gibaldi, 2003, p. 66) MLA Style (Gibaldi 66)

21 This statement was paraphrased from a book. I didn’t want to plagiarize, so I’m going to give credit. You can use either APA or MLA styles to give credit.

22 APA Style (Gibaldi, 2003, p. 66) MLA Style (Gibaldi 66) Notice that this information was placed directly with the paraphrased information Not just at the end of the project in a bibliography.

23 This is Part I of how we give credit! Giving credit with the information -- within the project It is called “ Internal Citation” APA Style (Gibaldi, 2003, p. 66) MLA Style (Gibaldi 66)

24 Part II of giving credit involves making a Bibliography. Bibliographies are required if you are: Writing a paper, Making a poster, Doing a PowerPoint Making a video Basically completing any assignment Here’s an example...

25 Bibliography “ About Rick Riordan.” Rick Riordan. n.d. 15 February 2006.ttp://www.rickriordan.com/ “BOINGG.WAV.” Free Sounds Files Archive. n.d. TNS Group, Inc. 25 February 2006.http://www.freesoundfiles.tintagel.net/Audio/c-beeps/ Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6 th ed. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2003.

26 But... For now, we’re just mentioning giving credit. Don’t worry, you’ll learn more about how to give credit in another lesson!

27 Let’ talk about a relative of plagiarism... Copyright laws “protect the financial interests of the creators, producers, and distributors of original works.” (Smaldino et al. 11)

28 When most people create something – a book, music - whatever Guess what?! They hope to make money and support themselves!!

29 But, if people use those materials and not pay for them, They are robbing the artists, authors, and others of their livelihood! Not only that, they are breaking copyright laws!

30 Breaking copyright laws is called Copyright Infringement If caught, a person could face tremendous fines, at the least!

31 You could be guilty of Copyright Infringement Even if you are careful to not plagiarize, you can still break copyright laws!

32 Let’s say you want to use several pictures of an artist’s work that you found on Google images

33 All you need to do is copy and paste. It’s so easy! You can only use those picture if the web site tell you it is OK! If no permission – then NO USE You decide it’s OK as long as you give credit. You think – “that way I won’t plagiarize!” (Gibaldi 74) 1 ( 1” BOINNG.WAV” Free Sound File Archives. n.d. TNS Group, Inc. 25 February 2006

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36 Meet Texas Author, Rick Riordan Written permission obtained to use material from Permission “Rick Riordan is the multi- award-winning author of the Tres Navarre mystery series for adults and the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series for children.... His adult fiction has won the top three national awards in the mystery genre” (About www. rickriordan.com).

37 What’s the big deal?? Is it really so important?

38 Well, let’s think... Would it matter to you if someone stole from you or cheated you?

39 Plus, as for knowing...

40 There is no pride in work that isn’t your own!!

41 It’s your decision. On which side of the line will you land?

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44 Bibliography “About Rick Riordan.” Rick Riordan. n.d. 15 February 2006.ttp://www.rickriordan.com/ “BOINGG.WAV.” Free Sounds Files Archive. n.d. TNS Group, Inc. 25 February 2006.http://www.freesoundfiles.tintagel.net/Audio/c-beeps/

45 Bibliography Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6 th ed. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, “Plagiarism.” Oxford English Dictionary Online Oxford University Press. University of North Texas Electronic Resources, Denton, TX. 20 February 2006.http://irservices.library.unt.edu/

46 Bibliography Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 5 th ed. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association, Smaldino, Sharon E., et al. Instructional Technology and Media for Learning. 8 th ed. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005.

47 Bibliography Tyre, Terrian. “Their Cheating Hearts.” District Administration. Oct 2001: Academic Search Premier. EBSCOhost. University of North Texas Electronic Resources, Denton, TX. 20 February 2006.http://irservices.library.unt.edu/


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