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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Quoting Plagarism Paraphrasing is when you restatesomeone else's ideas. Theoriginal author's ideas must remain intact, but you change thetone or "voice" of the work. When paraphrasing, you must cite the original work and author.(How to Paraphrase, 2014) In-textCitations The core principles of integrity create a foundation for success in all of life'sendeavors. Integrity in academicsettings is a fundamental component of success and growth in the classroom. It prepares students forpersonal and professional challenges as well as providing a blueprint for future fulfillment and success.(Why Integrity?, 2012) Paraphrasing When directly copying the work ofanother author, you must putthe words in ". . ." marks, anduse an in-text citation as younormally would.(How to Paraphrase, 2014) Copyright A very serious offence,plagiarism occurs when oneauthor uses another's work or ideas without proper citation.Remember to always cite yoursources, and keep track of them throughout your project!The academic consequencesof plagiarism can be severe.(What is Plagiarism?, 2014) "In general, copyright meansthe sole right to produce or reproduce a work or a substantial part of it in anyform"(A Guide to Copyright, 2014) Copyright infringement is similar toproblems revolving around plagiarism. However, Copyright tends to refer toworks such as videos, music, photography, and artwork. Even someYoutube videos are covered under Copyright protection, and so you must ensure you have the correct permissions to reuse, remix, orre-tweet any copyrighted material.(What is Plagiarism?, 2014) Public Domain CC BYNC-ND VS. Sources: AcademicIntegrity These are the methods you useto ensure your work follows the guidelines acceptable toacademic institutions. Here are examples of how to use APA style formatting A Guide to Copyright. (2014). Retrieved February 1, 2015, from to Paraphrase. (2014). Retrieved February 1, 2015, from is Plagiarism? (2014). Retrieved February 1, 2015, from Integrity? (2012). Retrieved February 1, 2015, from
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