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  • Stealing someone elses work

    Avoiding PlagiarismGraphic from Iclipartforschools.com

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  • the legal right of a person or a company to say who can use and/or change any original worksGraphic from Iclipartforschools.com

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  • To quote something or somebody

    Always give credit when credit is dueQuestioncopyright. "Credit Is Due (The Attribution Song)." YouTube. YouTube, 27 June 2011. Web. 08 Oct. 2012. .A correctly cited source for the link on the right.

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  • Your own ideas

    Your own pictures

    Your own artwork

    Things that are common knowledge(Who our president is. What our school mascot is.)

    Information in the public domain (Information where the copyright has expired and you are free to use the information without citing your source)

  • count on citing it, every time.Assume that everything is copyrighted.When you write a paper, when you make a power point, etc.

    It is ILLEGAL and UNETHICAL to use something as though it is yours.

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  • Mrs. Hackett often says in her Information Literacy class; Plagiarism is not only wrong, but you can get into big trouble by plagiarizing. You can get an F, you can even get suspended. When you are in college you can get kicked out of a university for plagiarism. In the real world, you can lose your job if you plagiarize. It is no laughing matter.

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  • Graphic from Iclipartforschools.com

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  • Graphic from EasyBib.com

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  • You cut and paste the website you want to cite right here.

  • For now we wont worry about filling in any additional information on this page. Just hit the Autocite button!

  • And here is your source. Cited perfectly!Copy and paste it into your Sources Cited page or area of your work.

  • Even those have to be cited when you use them!

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  • You need to cite any photo or graphic you use in your work, just like you cite where you searched and found information to write your paper.

    But, have you ever had this happen?

    www.iclipartforschools.com

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  • That means that the image is COPYRIGHTED and you may NOT use it without permission.

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  • Use the resources on your school library website whenever you can! The online resources page has Iclipartforschools.com It is the BEST!

  • You can search for any graphic or photo you want!

  • Notice the watermark?Since you went to the school library website you are safe to click on the top download button on this page and you will be allowed to freely copy this graphic to use and cite in your project.

  • COOL huh?You will right click on this, copy and paste it into a new Word document and then size it to use in your work!

  • Have you ever gone to Google to get an image? Many images on Google are not free. They are copyrighted and someone expects you to pay to use them.

    See this photo? If I were to cite the photo I would NOT write GOOGLE.com. I would need to click on where it says horses.jpg and go to dynamicdrive.com to get the total web address to cite the photo.

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  • This looks more complicated to me. I will need to copy the web address at the top of this page, but as you can see, the horse picture really isnt something that this company is selling. It is just a photo they are using to share information about something else. This is not a good website for students to use, is it?

  • Its easy! Write down your own notes when you use a book, website, etc. You are really just looking for dates, facts and basic information. How you write your report is up to you in your own words.

    Cite your sources! Put all your resources through Easybib.com and add that to your work.

    Remember to do that with images too.

  • Giving Credit: Cite Your Resources!

    Also, remember just changing a few words that an author writes is still plagiarism. Save the facts and dates and write it all in your own words.

    If you wish to use exactly what the author said, you may. That is a direct quote and you need to make sure you use quotation marks around the exact words when you copy them to use.

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  • Wikipedia is this source reliable?

  • "ICLIPART for Schools - Downloadable Royalty-free Clipart Images, Photos, Web Graphics, Animations, Sounds and Fonts by Subscription." ICLIPART for Schools - Downloadable Royalty-free Clipart Images, Photos, Web Graphics, Animations, Sounds and Fonts by Subscription. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Nov. 2012. .

    Questioncopyright. "Credit Is Due (The Attribution Song)." YouTube. YouTube, 27 June 2011. Web. 08 Oct. 2012. .

    CNALibraries. "Avoiding Plagiarism." YouTube. YouTube, 14 Sept. 2011. Web. 08 Oct. 2012. .

    Anaghibana. "How to Cite Your Sources." YouTube. YouTube, 19 Sept. 2012. Web. 08 Oct. 2012. .

    Realcoolchick50. "Giving Credit! Cite Your Sources." YouTube. YouTube, 19 Sept. 2009. Web. 08 Oct. 2012. .

    www.EasyBib.comwww.Iclipartforschools.com

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