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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The War of the World published 1898, written by H. G. WellsA theoretical narrator, his self-contusion goes on a long journey of a invasion, that was planning to be wipe out the human race, and describing how the Martian landed in England. Where they came from? What's so important that they need on earth? The Narrator and his friends along the way, found the first and second Martian's cylinder, and there plans to use human as a key guidance. By using heat ray and their strength to get anything out of there way, whether it's life or death 0 50 100 January February March April May June July Digital Locks In academics, we MUST cite the resources and material we use for referencein essays, lab reports,reviews or any other project. Textbooks, readings,videosand images are all examples of materials that must be cited in order to avoidplagiarism. Plagiarism and cheating are both examples of failure to haveacademic integrity These are the restrictionsthat a licensee (those granted permission to use copyrighted material.) must followin order to use such material. They are the terms that are agreed to in order to avoid copyright infringement and plagiarism. There is a scale of license types:On one end there are Proprietary Licenses, which give licenserexclusive rights to the material.Then there are Open Licenses,which is an open domain, anyone can use the licenser's material, like sharing. Copyright infringement and plagiarism are against the law, as upcoming adults, you could potentially face court for not citing or sourcing your materials. A philospher person that's has interuped the arrival of the Martian, main character Copyright Infringement and Plagiarism These are insurances that some copyrightowners have to inhibit pirating,stealing, or use of their workwithout permission or purchase. Terms Of Use Academic Integrity -Copyright infringement is using copyright protected work or material without permission from the copyright owner. -Plagiarism is using another's work or material and claiming it to be your own. Citation (Citing) is giving the credit orquoting the original author to whose information you are using. This is formattedaccording to different rules and generally involves the authors name, title of the work and the year or date it was officially published or released. The different licenses can also be used in conjunction with another: Proprietary LicensesCopyright (Digital Lock)No one can use this material without direct consent.Creative commons - Non CommercialThis material can be used so long as itdoes not make a profit or used commercially.Creative Commons- No DerivativesThis material may only be used if it stays its original form with no alterations. Creative Commons- ShareALikeThis material can only be used if it IS altered or remixed, it may not be used in its original form. Creative Commons- AttributionThis material can be used so long as the creator/authoror owner of the copyright has been credited. Public DomainAnyone can access and use this material however they choose. Open Licenses
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