(Harris 96). What is Plagiarism? Taking credit for work that isn’t your own! Simply stated, “It is cheating and dishonest”

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(Harris 96) Slide 2 What is Plagiarism? Taking credit for work that isnt your own! Simply stated, It is cheating and dishonest Slide 3 Plagiarism is A breach of the Holland College Code of Conduct for Learners!! Consequences may range from Formal warning Probation Suspension, or Dismissal Slide 4 Plagiarism includes Copying an entire paper and claiming it as your own Copying part of a paper and claiming it as your own Copying information from a source and passing it off as your own Cutting and pasting from the web or any other electronic resource and passing it off as your own Paraphrasing without proper MLA citation (author AND page number(s) Slide 5 Accident or Not Its Still Plagiarism When Copying text word for word and failing to put quotation marks around it even if you cite it Inaccurately quoting a source Omitting in-text citations even though the source is cited on the works cited page Failing to include the citation on the works cited page Slide 6 Tools to Avoid Plagiarism Public domain image used with permission from karenswhimsy.com. Slide 7 How do I Avoid It? Use your own words and ideas Give credit for direct quotes using quotation marks and citing the source Keep copies of all resources you consult Give credit for websites, photos, diagrams, graphics, multimedia Paraphrases, restating the authors words or ideas in your own words, must be cited properly Slide 8 To Cite or Not to Cite ? (Harris, 2001, p. 155) Slide 9 Cite unless its. Proverbs or sayings e.g., Beggars cant be choosers Common knowledge (can find a fact in several sources) e.g., Sir John A. Macdonald was the first prime minister of Canada. When in Doubt .. CITE IT!! Slide 10 Sources to cite Books Journal Articles Web Sites Government Documents Statistics Images Video recordings Interviews Email Slide 11 Question 1 a)Yes, its plagiarism b)No, it isnt c)Dont know Its the night before your paper is due, and you havent done any work. You buy a paper from an online paper mill and hand it in as your own. Is this plagiarism? Slide 12 Question 2 a)Yes, its plagiarism b)No, it isnt c)Dont know You use the saying What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas in an essay youve written about gambling. You do not put quotes around it, nor do you cite it. Is this plagiarism? Slide 13 Question 3 a)Yes, its plagiarism b)No, it isnt c)Dont know You find a great idea in an article, so you use it in your paper. You dont bother to cite the source of the idea because youve expressed it in your own words. Is this plagiarism? Slide 14 Quotations Double quotation marks around short quotations (four lines) block indent and omit quotation marks. Slide 15 Short Quotation ( Long Quotation (>4 lines) Split Citation Jollimore states that athletes are searching for anything that will make them more competitive including nutritional supplements, such as vitamins, energy bars and drinks that may compensate for dietary deficiencies, and over-the-counter products like shark cartilage and amino acids, which purport to increase muscle mass, boost energy and endurance, prompt weight gain (or loss), or reduce recovery time between workouts. (54) Author Page(s) Slide 17 Paraphrasing Restating the authors ideas into your own words Need to do more than just change a word or two Must include authors last name and page number of paraphrased section in citation. Slide 18 Paraphrasing Original text: Admissions officers agree that whatever the topic, everything rests in the execution. They look for a thoughtful, revelatory essay that enhances the rest of a students application (Flora 24). Sample Paraphrase: A students application for admission is based on many things, one being a creative and unique essay (Flora 24). Slide 19 But what does this all mean? Slide 20 Essay Development What purpose are you trying to achieve? Describe something Explain something Persuade the reader Support a certain point of view Example (Explain): Animal symbolism in Inuit art Slide 21 Create an Outline History of Inuit art Contemporary Inuit artists Media of Inuit art Sculpture (soap stone) Prints (stencils, lithographs etc.) Walrus and whale bones Animal Symbols used in Inuit art and their meanings The dancing polar bear The seal The goose Slide 22 Create an Outline History of Inuit art Contemporary Inuit artists Media of Inuit art Sculpture (soap stone) Prints (stencils, lithographs etc.) Walrus and whale bones Animal Symbols used in Inuit art and their meanings The dancing polar bear The seal The goose Slide 23 Citation Example The Inuit believe that they return as animals after they have shaken off their human mortal coil. Thus, when you see see images of dancing bears in Inuit art, this represents Inuit souls who have returned as polar bears and the dancing represents joy and fun (About Polar Bears par. 5). About Polar Bears. INUIT.NET. ABoriginArt, 2005.Web. 25 Oct. 2012.. Slide 24 Works Cited Page Acknowledges all the sources you have cited in your project Organized in alphabetical order Strictly follows citation style format (APA, MLA... ) Slide 25 Works Cited About Polar Bears. INUIT.NET. ABoriginArt, 2005.Web. 25 Oct. 2012.. Change. New York Times. New York Times, May 2007. Web. 25 May 2009. Dean, Cornelia. "Executive on a Mission: Saving the Planet." New York Times. New York Times, 22 May 2007. Web. 25 May 2009. Purdue Online Writing Lab. MLA Sample Works Cited Page. Owl at Purdue. Purdue University, 2012. Web. 25 Oct. 2012. Slide 26 Now Some Details (Interesting Stuff!) Slide 27 Capitalization Rules Title of complete works such as journals, newspapers, books, videos, databases, websites capitalize the first word, last word, and all principle words in the title and put them in italics. Example: The Dangers of the Work Place. Titles of short works such as articles from journals, newspapers and magazines; web pages; short stories; poems same capitalization rules and use quotation marks instead of italics. Example: The Thrill of Victory. Always capitalize the word following a colon [ : ]. Example from a book title: The Sweat off our Brows: Working the Field Dont capitalize minor words like: and, or, the, is Slide 28 Works Cited (MLA) -Books Author*. Title of Book. Location: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication. Blicq, Ron. Guidelines for Report Writing. Toronto: Pearson Education Canada, 2001. Print. *Use authors name as it appears on title page, last name first. Slide 29 Works Cited (MLA Style) Books with 2 authors Author. Title of Book. Location: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication. Blicq, Ron, and John Smith. Guidelines for Report Writing. Toronto: Pearson Education Canada, 2001. Print. Slide 30 Lets try a book! Slide 31 Works Cited (MLA Style) Books Author. Title of Book. Location: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication. Slide 32 Works Cited (MLA Style) Books Author. Title of Book. Location: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication. Clark, Kenneth. Slide 33 Works Cited (MLA Style) Books Author. Title of Book. Location: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication. Clark, Kenneth. Landscape into Art. Slide 34 Works Cited (MLA Style) Books Author. Title of Book. Location: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication. Clark, Kenneth. Landscape into Art. New York: Harper & Row, 1979. Print. Slide 35 Works Cited (MLA) Magazine Articles Author*. Title of Article. Name of Magazine Day Month Year: Pagination. Medium of Publication. Jollimore, Mary. Fuels Gold: Why Canadas Athletes Pay so Much Attention to What They Eat. Time 21 Nov. 2004: 52-61. Print. *Use authors name as it appears with title on first page of article. Slide 36 Works Cited (MLA Style) Article from Scholarly Journal Author. Title of Article. Name of Journal Volume.Issue (Year): Pagination. Medium of Publication. Bagchi, Alaknanda. "Conflicting Nationalisms: The Voice of the Subaltern in Mahasweta Devi's Bashai Tudu." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 15.1 (1996): 41-50. Print. Slide 37 What is wrong (2 errors) Brackwood concludes that reducing crime in the inner city must be a top priority (4). Brackwood, Lee. Fighting city crime. The Observer 41.7: (2008). 23-29. Print. Slide 38 What is wrong (2 errors) Brackwood concludes that reducing crime in the inner city must be a top priority (4). Brackwood, Lee. Fighting City Crime. The Observer 41.7: (2008). 23-29. Print. Slide 39 Works Cited MLA - Web Page Author. Title of Page. Title of Website. Publisher, Date. Medium of Publication. Date of access. Health Canada. West Nile Virus. Health Alerts. Health Canada, 19 July 2004. Web. 12 Nov. 2009. . Slide 40 Works Cited (MLA Style) Article from Database Author. Title of Article. Title of Journal Volume.Issue (Year): Pagination. Database. Medium. Date of Access. Langhamer, Claire. Love and Courtshipin Mid-Twentieth-Century England. Historical Journal 50.1 (2007): 173- 96. ProQuest. Web. 27 May 2009. Slide 41 What is wrong (2 errors) The cause of the Huron warriors at the Battle of Duck lake was hopeless and signaled the end of a proud people (Johnson). Johnson, P. Attack of the Huron. Native History 12.8 (2006). 76-104. Academic Search Premier. Web. 11 Nov. 2009. [Authors name in article appears as Peter Johnson] Slide 42 What is wrong (2 errors) The cause of the Huron warriors at the Battle of Duck lake was hopeless and signaled the end of a proud people. (Johnson 82). Johnson, Peter*. Attack of the Huron. Native History 12.8 (2006): 76-104. Academic Search Premier. Web. 11 Nov. 2009. *Use authors name as appears in article. Slide 43 In-Text Citation (MLA Style) References (citations) in the text must clearly point to specific entries in the Works Cited page. This applies to quotations and paraphrases. Identify the location of the paraphrased text as specifically as possible. Slide 44 In-Text Citation MLA Two to three authors (Smith and Simpson 243) (Smith, Jones, and Love 97-98) No author (History of Rock 5