Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Plagiarism

"The trouble with quotes on the internet is that it's difficult to determine whether or not they are genuine."  --Abraham Lincoln
  1. Find 2 or more definitions of plagiarism online. 
  2. Use one you found or come up with your own definition of plagiarism. If you use someone else’s, it should be in quotes and cited with the resource. If you used some ideas in one you found, it does not need to be quoted but you should still cite it as a resource after. Be creative!! Webster’s is right but boring! Make it your own!
  3. Comment on at least one of your classmate’s post. Do you like their definition? Agree/disagree? React to it. 

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  2. When you take someone else work and say its your own

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    1. I agree with this definition of taking someone elses work .

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  3. to use the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own words or ideas and to commit literary theft

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