Presentation on theme: "Online Research:. Safe Researching Techniques Online Researching –Adult supervision is very important! Safe Websites –.edu (educational institution) –.org."— Presentation transcript:
Safe Researching Techniques Online Researching –Adult supervision is very important! Safe Websites –.edu (educational institution) –.org (organization- usually non profit) –.com (commercial company)
unm.edu Institutions of higher education
animalhumanenm.org Organization (usually non profit)
ussoccer.com Commercial (usually for profit)
Reliable Research Techniques Google Scholar (scholar.google.com)
Reliable Research Techniques Google ScholarGoogle
Plagiarism “The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.”
Plagiarism: History of Soccer: Originally founded in 1913 as the United States Football Association, U.S. Soccer was one of the world’s first organizations to be affiliated with FIFA, soccer’s world governing body, and has grown into one of the sport’s organizational leaders, integrating player participation and player development into arguably the world’s most successful top-to-bottom National Team program. As part of the evidence, U.S. Soccer’s National Team programs qualified for 19 consecutive FIFA outdoor world championships before the Under-23 national team missed out on the Olympics in Part of that “framework” was unveiled in 2003 when U.S. Soccer’s National Training Center opened at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. After 90 years of nurturing player participation and player development, U.S. Soccer’s player development initiatives finally have a home of their own in the $130 million facility, which includes a stadium for Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy and Chivas USA.
Give the Authors Credit Acknowledge its source: “Originally founded in 1913 as the United States Football Association, U.S. Soccer was one of the world’s first organizations to be affiliated with FIFA…” (http://www.ussoccer.com/about/history.as px)
Plagiarism in the News: Professor at CU Boulder dismissed due to plagiarism NSF Scholarship Winners Plagiarized German Research Minister
Plagiarism: Key Points Give the Authors credit for their work Use “quotes” and the author’s name when using word-for-word Don’t get overwhelmed--when in doubt, quote, or ask your teacher
Cookies: Information your computer stores about your internet habits Provides websites this information for more important information to you Most cookies are good
Started off by deleting my computer’s cookies….
Cookies: Example Then I did some research on Girl Scout cookies, checked my , and listened to some music on Pandora…
Cookies: Example I then checked to see what Cookies my computer picked up: –My basic information about , –School work –My love for cookies
Cookies: Different Internet Browsers (Explorer, Chrome, Firefox) have different settings. You can delete them periodically Just be aware of yours!
When you delete Cookies
Safe Websites:Reliable Research Techniques Current Events/ Plagiarism
Safe Websites Question 100 When we log onto the internet it is important to ask permission from your (fill in the blank) ?
Safe Websites: Answer 100 It is important to ask permission from your parents or another adult.
Safe Websites Question 200 If you are on a website that ends in.edu, what type of website are you on?
Safe Websites Answer 200 An educational institution! (a school’s website)
Safe Websites Question 300 What is the difference between a.org website and a.com website?
Safe Websites Answer 300.org usually means it is a non-profit organization,.com means it is a for profit organization.
Reliable Research Question 100 Should you use one source or multiple sources in your research?
Reliable Research Answer 100 It is important to seek out multiple sources in your research!
Reliable Research Question 200 What is a tool on Google that can help you search academic articles?
Reliable Research Answer 200 Google Scholar!
Reliable Research Question 300 On Google Scholar, where do we look for the author’s information?
Reliable Research Answer 300 Right below the article, in the green print
Current Events/ Plagiarism Q: 100 How can we define Plagiarism?
“The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.” Current Events/ Plagiarism A: 100
What can happen when you plagiarize? Examples: Current Events/ Plagiarism Q: 200
Fail Paper/even kicked out of school Lose Job Lose Respect Current Events/ Plagiarism A: 200
What are cookies? Are they all bad? Current Events/ Plagiarism Q: 300
Information your computer stores about your internet habits Not all cookies are bad Current Events/ Plagiarism A: 300