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1. Intellectual Theft Plagiarism and Referencing Sources Tina Murphy June 17, 2011 FRIT 8530 2. What is intellectual theft?

  • Stealing someones ideas, thoughts, or words and making them your own. In other words, Plagiarism.

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-types-of-plagiarism.html 3. Plagiarism

  • to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own
  • to use (another's production) without crediting the source
  • to commit literary theft

According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, to "plagiarize" means Plagiarism dot org 4. Plagiarism

  • to present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source.

According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, to "plagiarize" means In other words, plagiarism is an act of fraud. It involves both stealing someone else's work and lying about it afterward.Plagiarism dot org 5. http://drpfconsults.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/copy-internet12.png 6. 5 Types of Plagiarism Copy and Paste Metaphor Word Switch Idea Style http://www.valdosta.edu/~cbarnbau/personal/teaching_MISC/plagiarism.htm For detailed information, please click on the link below. 7. Copy and Paste

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The term podcasting combines the words iPod and broadcasting, but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to

8. Copy and Paste

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The term podcastingcombines the words iPod and broadcasting,but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to

Copy and Paste: Teachers can use podcasting, a term thatcombines the words iPod and broadcasting,to enhance student learning 9. Correct Method Cite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term thatcombines the words iPod and broadcasting, (Purcell, 2011) to enhance 10. Correct Method Cite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that combines the words iPod and broadcasting, (Purcell, 2011) to enhance Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording. 11. Correct Method Cite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that combines the words iPod and broadcasting, (Purcell, 2011) to enhance Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording. Copy text exactly from the original source. 12. Correct Method Cite the Source: Teachers can use podcasting, a term that combines the words iPod and broadcasting, (Purcell, 2011)to enhance (Author, Year of publication) Use quotations to identify the use of exact wording. Copy text exactly from the original source. 13. Word Switch

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The term podcasting combines the words iPod and broadcasting, but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to

14. Word Switch

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The term podcastingcombines the words iPod and broadcasting,but you donot need an iPodorany other mp3 player to

Word Switch: Neitheran iPodnorany otherkind ofmp3 playeris needed to create podcasts, a term whichcombines the words iPod and Broadcasting,because 15. Correct Method

  • Credit the Source:
  • According toPurcell(2011), neither an iPod nor any other kind of mp3 player is needed to create podcasts, a term which combines the words iPod and Broadcasting, because

16. Correct Method

  • Credit the Source:
  • According toPurcell(2011) , neitheran iPodnorany other kind of mp3 playeris needed to create podcasts, a term which combines the words iPod and Broadcasting, because

Credit the author for their information. 17. Correct Method

  • Credit the Source:
  • According toPurcell(2011) , neitheran iPodnorany other kind of mp3 playeris needed to create podcasts, a term which combines the words iPod and Broadcasting, because

Credit the author for their information. Place all exact wording in quotations. 18. Style

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The term podcasting combines the words iPod and broadcasting, but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to

19. Style

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The term podcasting combines the words iPod and broadcasting, but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to

Style Plagiarism: Podcasting is a term that combines two words, iPod and Broadcasting. However, neither an iPod nor mp3 player 20. Style

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The termpodcasting combines the words iPod and broadcasting,but you do not need an iPod or any other mp3 player to

Style Plagiarism: Podcastingis a term thatcombines two words, iPod and Broadcasting.However, neither an iPod nor mp3 player First Thought 21. Style

  • Original Excerpt:
  • The termpodcasting combines the words iPod and broadcasting,butyou do not need an iPod or any other mp3 playerto

Style Plagiarism: Podcastingis a term thatcombines two words, iPod and Broadcasting.However,neither an iPod nor mp3 player Second Thought 22. Correct Method

  • Credit the source and use your own words:
  • According toPurcell(2011), podcasts are a great, yet inexpensive, method for students to be a creator of information.Podcast are audio files that are saved to mp3, wav, m4a, or various other audio formats. Little technology is needed to create podcasts

23. Correct Method

  • Credit the source and use your own words:
  • According toPurcell(2011) , podcasts are a great, yet inexpensive, method for students to be a creator of information.Podcast are audio files that are saved to mp3, wav, m4a, or various other audio formats. Little technology is needed to create podcasts

Credit the author for their information. 24. Correct Method

  • Credit the source and use your own words:
  • According toPurcell(2011) ,podcasts are a great, yet inexpensive, method for students to be a creator of information.Podcast are audio files that are saved as mp3, wav, m4a, or various other audio formats.Little technology is needed to create podcasts

Credit the author for their information. Remember:Use own words as much as possible!!! 25. Idea

  • Original Excerpt:
  • Podcasting can increase students motivation to learn through the integration of a technology they already love. Students will be more motivated to complete a project

26. Idea

  • Original Excerpt:
  • Podcasting can increase students motivation to learn through the integration of a technology they already love. Students will be more motivated to complete a project

Idea Plagiarism: I believe that teachers can engage students through podcasting, because todays students are technological natives.They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting 27. Idea

  • Original Excerpt:
  • Podcasting can increase students motivationto learn through the integration of a technology they already love. Students will be more motivated to complete a project

Idea Plagiarism: Teachers can engage students through podcasting , because todays students are technological natives.They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting. This is the same idea. 28. Correct Method

  • Credit the source for any ideas:
  • Teachers can engage students through podcasting, because todays students are technological natives.They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting (Purcell, 2011).Additionally, this novel

29. Correct Method

  • Credit the source for any ideas:
  • Teachers can engage students through podcasting, because todays students are technological natives.They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting (Purcell, 2011).Additionally, this novel

Note:This is the most common form of plagiarism! 30. Correct Method

  • Credit the source for any ideas:
  • Teachers canengage students through podcasting , because todays students are technological natives.They readily learn through technologies such as podcasting(Purcell, 2011) .Additionally, this novel

Credit the author for ideas that are not your own. Note:This is the most common form of plagiarism! 31. Metaphor

  • Original Excerpt:
  • His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lions growl just before the attack.

32. Metaphor

  • Original Excerpt:
  • His raging soul screamed for vengeance while his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lions growl just before the attack.

Metaphor Plagiarism: His voice bellowed with a lions growl, because he was screaming for vengeance deep within his soul. 33. Metaphor

  • Original Excerpt:
  • His raging soul screamed for vengeancewhile his deathly calm voice rumbled with a lions growl just before the attack.

Metaphor Plagiarism: His voice bellowed with a lions growl, because he wasscreaming for vengeancedeepwithin his raging soul .Screaming soul 34. Metaphor

  • Original Excerpt:
  • His raging soul screamed for vengeancewhile his deathly calm voice rumbledwith a lions growljust before the attack.

Metaphor Plagiarism: His voice bellowedwith a lions growl , because he wasscreaming for vengeancedeepwithin his raging soul .Growling lion 35. Correct Method

  • Credit the sourc

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