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Introduction › Importance of “creativity” Intellectual Property › Why is Intellectual Property important for us? › Definition › Copyright Academic Honesty Policy › What is Academic Dishonesty Policy? › Why is it important for university? › Content of Academic Honesty Policy Conclusion › Summary & Suggestion
Without IP With IP
Why is IP important? Protection Creators Public Protection Creators Public Promotion Culture Economy creativity Promotion Culture Economy creativity
Legal rights resulting from intellectual activity Time-limited rights to control the use of productions Intellectual Property is… Copyright Industrial property
What is Copyrighted work? - Exclusive rights to control authors’ works – copy, translate, adapt, perform, sell, broadcast, etc - Originality - Automatic - Regardless of “quality” - Not idea and facts - Time limit Authors of copyrighted work
Making a balance between creator’s and public’s right Quotations Teaching Personal, private, and non-commercial use Creator Public Economic income Incentive Cultural &economic development Access to creation We can freely (without asking permission) use copyrighted works as long as…
Intellectual property Academic Honesty Plagiarism
The use of one's own thoughts and materials in the writing of papers, taking of tests, and other classroom related activities
Students are expected to produce independent work and to cite sources of information and concepts. When these principles are breached and a student misrepresents his or her level of knowledge, the basic framework of scholarship is broken.
In these instances will face problems that range from a warning from the College. If students are uncertain of policies, they should consult the instructor for clarification.
1. Plagiarism 2. Cheating 3. Misrepresentation of experience, ability, or effort 4. Unauthorized collaboration 5. Submission of same work in two courses without explicit permission to do so 6. Falsification of records 7. Sabotage
Academic honesty is as fundamental to our shared enterprise as the transmission of knowledge, the faculty and administration of the College regard educating students in academic integrity to be as important as inspiring them to rise to the challenge of learning.
3 common Reasons 1. Students are ignorant about the school's policy. 2. Societal pressure to "succeed at any cost.“ 3. Desperation
1.Definition Several common points among universities’ Academic Honesty Policies
1. (Academic Dishonesty) is “the appropriation of another person’s ideas, processes, results or words without giving appropriate credit.” 2. not only is legally wrong but also morally corrosive.... Any paper based upon the writing of others should acknowledge every source used. (1) MSU
A student shall not receive credit for work that is not the result of the student‘s own effort or for work that is falsified. Infringement of academic honesty by a student subjects that student to serious penalties... (2) BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
1.Definition Several common points among universities’ Academic Honesty Policies 2.Penalty
penalty grade, which is defined as any grade based on a charge of academic misconduct. A penalty grade may include, but is not limited to, a failing grade on an assignment or in the course. Additional sanctions include probation, suspension from your program or the University for a designated time. (1) MSU
Where the committee upholds an allegation of academic misconduct, it may impose one of the following penalties [ Statute 13.1.11 ]: 1. Reprimand the student; 2. Deprive the student of credit … to which the academic misconduct relates; 3. Prohibit the student from using …the University's library … for a period… 4. Recommend to the Vice-Chancellor that a student's enrolment be suspended … 5. Recommend to the Vice-Chancellor that the student's enrolment be terminated. (2) Baruch College
1.Definition Several common points among universities’ Academic Honesty Policies 2.Penalty 3.Procedure
1. stay calm, don't get angry or rude. 2. meet with your instructor, ask why believes you have cheated. 3. You should explain why you believe you did not commit an act of academic misconduct. 4. If you are unable to resolve the dispute with your instructor, then discuss the matter with the chair/director of the department/school that offered the course. 5. final step is to request an academic grievance hearing before the hearing board of the unit in which the alleged misconduct occurred (1) MSU
Due Process and Students Rights Any charge… must be submitted in writing, in complete detail to the Office of the Dean of Students promptly…. Due process begins with student notification and an investigation of the charge. The process ends with either dismissal of the charge or sanctioning. (2) Baruch College
Intellectual Property › Protection of creator and public access › promotion of cultural and economical activities and creativities Academic Honesty › Rule to make students creative works and to protect other people’s ideas
Believe yourself!Manage your time!!
“Understanding Copyright and Related Rights Contents”, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), http://www.wipo.int/freepublications/en/intproperty/909/ wipo_pub_909.html#int_prop http://www.wipo.int/freepublications/en/intproperty/909/ wipo_pub_909.html#int_prop “WIPO Intellectual Property Handbook: Policy, Law and Use”, WIPO, http://www.wipo.int/about-ip/en/iprm/http://www.wipo.int/about-ip/en/iprm/ “The Arts and Copyright”, WIPO, http://www.wipo.int/export/sites/www/freepublications/e n/copyright/935/wipo_pub_935.pdf http://www.wipo.int/export/sites/www/freepublications/e n/copyright/935/wipo_pub_935.pdf “Copyright FAQs”, Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources, http://fairuse.stanford.edu/Copyright_and_Fair_Use_Overvi ew/chapter0/index.html http://fairuse.stanford.edu/Copyright_and_Fair_Use_Overvi ew/chapter0/index.html
“UNIVERSITY POLICY REGARDING ACADEMIC HONESTY & PLAGIARISM”, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY, http://people.brandeis.edu/~teuber/usemacadpol.html http://people.brandeis.edu/~teuber/usemacadpol.html “Academic Honesty”, Baruch College, http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/academic/academic_honesty.html http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/academic/academic_honesty.html “MSU Policies, Regulations and Ordinances Regarding Academic Honesty and Integrity”, Michigan State University, https://www.msu.edu/unit/ombud/RegsOrdsPolicies.html https://www.msu.edu/unit/ombud/RegsOrdsPolicies.html Fair Use and Academic Honesty(Plagiarism)” Howard Community College http://www.howardcc.edu/students/academic_support_service s/lac_and_tutoring/HOWL/Fair_Use.html http://www.howardcc.edu/students/academic_support_service s/lac_and_tutoring/HOWL/Fair_Use.html “Academic Requirement Policies and Procedure” Whitter College http://www.whittier.edu/Academics/AcademicRequirementsPoli ciesAndProcedures/AcademicHonesty_policy.pdf http://www.whittier.edu/Academics/AcademicRequirementsPoli ciesAndProcedures/AcademicHonesty_policy.pdf
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