Your Name Here Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, & Citation Style.

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul><p>Your Name Here Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, &amp; Citation Style Slide 2 Learning Objectives You will understand the ethical use of information in an academic environment. You will be able to: 1. Explain what is meant by academic integrity 2. Describe potential consequences for plagiarizing at CSU, Chico 3. Determine what information needs to be cited 4. Demonstrate ability of cite a source in one of the citations formats Slide 3 Sample Syllabi Statement, CSU, Chico o Students caught cheating or plagiarizing will not be warned. Instead, they will be given a failing grade for the semester English 232 Ela Thurgood English 232 Ela Thurgood Slide 4 Sample Syllabi Statement, CSU, Chico Academic honesty is an issue of serious concern here at CSU, Chico. Faculty expect students to maintain a high standard of academic integrity. When faculty suspect students of cheating, they may bring formal charges, and a pretty unpleasant process is set in motion. If charges are proved, the consequences are severe, ranging from failure in an individual course to expulsion from the University and denial of a degree. Marketing 272 Bill - McGowan Marketing 272 Bill - McGowan Slide 5 Sample Syllabi Statement, CSU, Chico Programming assignments and homework assignments are to be an *individual* effort. Anyone who as determined by the Instructor/TA has copied any part of another students work will automatically receive a grade of "F" for the course. Anyone cheating on an exam will receive a grade of "F" for the course. Anyone who alters their exam answers after receiving the exam back will receive a grade of "F" for the course. C omputer Science 151 - Melody Stapleton C omputer Science 151 - Melody Stapleton Slide 6 CSU, Chico Takes Academic Integrity Seriously CSU, Chicos Academic Integrity Statement The students, faculty, administrators, and staff of CSU, Chico are committed to a culture of honesty in which members of the community accept responsibility to uphold academic integrity in all they say, write, and create. Slide 7 Why students should take academic integrity seriously. Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 What should be your main areas of concern? Cheating on tests/quizzes Cheating on tests/quizzes Helping another to cheat on test/quiz, assignment, etc. Helping another to cheat on test/quiz, assignment, etc. Falsifying data Falsifying data Working in groups when prohibited Working in groups when prohibited Writing: plagiarism, misuse of sources, paraphrasing Writing: plagiarism, misuse of sources, paraphrasing Slide 11 Our Campus Definition: when a [student] deliberately uses someone elses language, ideas, or other original (not common-knowledge) material without acknowledging its source. What is plagiarism? Slide 12 What might cause a student to plagiarize? Slide 13 Student plagiarism: Possible reasons Have problems with writing and/or research Have problems with writing and/or research Procrastination Procrastination Easy and quick to cut &amp; paste Easy and quick to cut &amp; paste Pressure to maintain high grade point average Pressure to maintain high grade point average Didnt keep track of where the information came from Didnt keep track of where the information came from Believe it doesnt hurt anyone Believe it doesnt hurt anyone Believe they wont get caught Believe they wont get caught Dont like the assignment Dont like the assignment Dont like the teacher Dont like the teacher See if they can get away with it See if they can get away with it Cultural differences Cultural differences Havent been taught how to cite correctly Havent been taught how to cite correctly Dont know they are plagiarizing Dont know they are plagiarizing Slide 14 You honestly didnt know you were plagiarizing Misuse of Sources carelessly or inadequately citing ideas and words borrowed from another source Misuse of Sources carelessly or inadequately citing ideas and words borrowed from another source You made a legitimate mistake or you didnt understand Slide 15 Ways to Avoid Being Accused of Plagiarism Learn how to conduct college level research and select good information [Information Literacy] Learn how to conduct college level research and select good information [Information Literacy] Give yourself time to research and write your paper Give yourself time to research and write your paper Take good notes while researching which include full bibliographic citations Take good notes while researching which include full bibliographic citations Understand what it is meant by plagiarism, paraphrasing, quoting, and, summarizing Understand what it is meant by plagiarism, paraphrasing, quoting, and, summarizing Understand how to cite your sources Understand how to cite your sources Slide 16 Using APA Format to Document Sources Slide 17 Why Cite Information? Three Important Reasons 1. So the reader can locate and read the exact same sources 2. To give credit to the original author 3. To give you credibility as a writer and protect you from being accused of plagiarism Slide 18 More on Why we Cite The correct citation of your sources is serious business! If you plagiarize, even inadvertently, you may flunk your class or be expelled If you plagiarize, even inadvertently, you may flunk your class or be expelled Plagiarism in your professional career can result in being sued, fired, and publicly embarrassed Plagiarism in your professional career can result in being sued, fired, and publicly embarrassed Slide 19 Where Do I Find APA Format? Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th ed. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th ed. Library Call Number: REF BF76.7 P83 2001 Websites Websites http://www.apastyle.org/faqs.html http://www.csuchico.edu/lref/newciting.html AS Bookstore AS Bookstore Slide 20 APA Style: Two Parts Parenthetical Citations Parenthetical Citations in the body of the paper Reference Page Reference Page at the end of the paper Slide 21 When Should You Use Parenthetical Citations? When quoting any words that are not your own When quoting any words that are not your own Quoting means to repeat another source word for word, using quotation marks Slide 22 When Should You Use Parenthetical Citations? When summarizing facts and ideas from a source When summarizing facts and ideas from a source Summarizing means to take ideas from a large passage of another source and condense them, using your own words When paraphrasing a source When paraphrasing a source Paraphrasing means to use the ideas from another source but change the phrasing into your own words Slide 23 When Do You Cite? Dont fall into the trap of plagiarism! If the idea or information you are using did not originate in your own mind... CITE IT! Slide 24 Paraphrasing activity Work in pairs Work in pairs Slide 25 Example #1 During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 26 Example #2 During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. (Rang et al, 1999) Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 27 Example #3 During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. (Rang et al, 1999) Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 28 Example #4 In the 4th edition of their textbook Pharmacology (1999), Rang, Dale and Ritter state that: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Such a bold assertion understates the ongoing threat posed by microbial infection. It is estimated, for example, that worldwide there were over 8 million cases of tuberculosis in 1998 (WHO, 2000). Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 29 Example #5 The development of safe and effective drugs to deal with bacterial infection has dramatically reduced the death rate arising from microbial diseases. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 30 Example #6 During the post-war years, the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infection has transformed medical treatment, and death and illness resulting from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 31 Example #7 The availability of antimicrobial compounds has transformed healthcare in the period since the second world war. People are far less likely to die or even be seriously ill than they had been prior to the introduction of these drugs. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Original: During the last 60 years the development of effective and safe drugs to deal with bacterial infections has revolutionized medical treatment, and the morbidity and mortality from microbial disease has been dramatically reduced. Slide 32 Paraphrasing To paraphrase is to put ideas expressed by someone else into your own words. To paraphrase is to put ideas expressed by someone else into your own words. Should not simply replace words with synonyms Should not follow the same sentence structure of the original Must be cited or accompanied by an in text reference to the original source even if the source is in your bibliography Slide 33 Keys to Parenthetical Citations Readability! Keep references brief Keep references brief Give only information needed to identify the source on your reference page--cross- referencing! Give only information needed to identify the source on your reference page--cross- referencing! Do not repeat unnecessary information Do not repeat unnecessary information Slide 34 Handling Quotes in Your Text Authors last name, publication year, and page number(s) of quote must appear in the text Authors last name, publication year, and page number(s) of quote must appear in the text Caruth (1996) states that a traumatic response frequently entails a delayed, uncontrolled repetitive appearance of hallucinations and other intrusive phenomena (p.11). A traumatic response frequently entails a delayed, uncontrolled repetitive appearance of hallucinations and other intrusive phenomena (Caruth, 1996, p.11). Slide 35 Handling Parenthetical Citations Sometimes more information is necessary Example: more than one author with the same last name Example: more than one author with the same last name (H. James, 1878); (W. James, 1880) Example: Two or more works in the same parentheses Example: Two or more works in the same parentheses (Fussell, 1975; Caruth, 1996; Showalter, 1997) Example: Work with six or more authors Example: Work with six or more authors (Smith et al, 1998) Example: Specific part of a source Example: Specific part of a source (Jones, 1995, chap. 2) Slide 36 Handling Parenthetical Citations A reference to a personal communication: A reference to a personal communication: Source: email message from C. Everett Koop Citation: (C. E. Koop, personal communication, May 16, 1998) A general reference to a web site A general reference to a web site Source: Purdue University web site Citation:(http://www.purdue.edu) Slide 37 Handling Parenthetical Citations Recently, the history of warfare has been significantly revised by Higonnet et al (1987), Marcus (1989), and Raitt and Tate (1997) to include womens personal and cultural responses to battle and its resultant traumatic effects. Feminist researchers now concur that It is no longer true to claim that women's responses to the war have been ignored (Raitt &amp; Tate, p. 2). Though these studies focus solely on women's experiences, they err by collectively perpetuating the masculine-centered impressions originating in Fussell (1975) and Bergonzi (1996). However, Tylee (1990) further criticizes...</p>