Wk 1 Assignment Information Literacy

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Week 1 Assignment: Respond to the following questions using your own words and ideas. Answer each question in 50-150 words. If you incorporate outside information or information from your textbook, please provide in-text citations and a reference entries. 1 What is the difference between intentional and unintentional plagiarism and what are the consequences of each? 2 All work submitted for this class must be work that was originally created specifically for this class. What does this mean? 3 What is the connection between an in-text citation and a citation on the References page? Information Literacy Week 1 Assignment 1. The difference between intentional and unintentional plagiarism is intentional you did an exact copy and paste of someone else's words and said they were your own and knew what you were doing. Unintentional is using the same words as someone else and not realizing it and
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Unformatted text preview: or forgetting to place quotation marks around someone else's words. The consequences may vary depending if it were intentional or unintentional. Depending on the occurrences and severity you may be entirely dismissed from the program. 2. It means that no previous course assignments related to the current class are allowed submission for credit or grade. All work related to this particular category should be up to date as presented to me by the professor. Re-using previous work does not help my learning and growth for my future. 3. An in-text citation and reference page allows readers to reference the reliable source of information being written. In-text citation can generally be a quote or reference of a paper, book or journal. Reference page is located at the very end of the paper and provides actual source/author within your paper....
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  • Spring '16
  • in-text citation, unintentional plagiarism

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