CS113 Unit 5 _Seminar - Unit 5 Academic Writing Plagiarism...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Unit 5 Academic Writing Plagiarism Writing Topics Discussion Assignment Seminar
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Agenda for Seminar 5 Reminders Housekeeping Seminar Rules Plagiarism Writing Topics - Purpose -Process - Audience -organization - Form -tips and tricks Case Study - Carmen Discussion Assignment (Homework/course project)
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Have you read the Plagiarism Policy? See your Syllabus!! See the Reading -- 4-page Article "What You Need To Know About Plagiarism." - What is it?
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What is plagiarism? academic dishonesty - Intentional - unintentional. Recycling your own work inaccurately citing the work of someone else failing to give credit to someone else for his/her work or ideas failing to summarize or paraphrase a quote in your own words,
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EXACTLY…. .what is plagiarism? Theft of someone else's ideas and work Even if not copied word-for-word  No acknowledgement to the creator of the  idea or work
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What is APA? American Psychological Association - Universal method - Two parts - In text - Reference page
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Live help-- Tutoring center - Mon., Tues., Wed. Thurs. 6 pm – 10 pm ET 8 pm – 11 pm ET Where do I get help? Writing Center
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What happens if I plagiarize?
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Failure of the assignment in which the action occurred. 2nd offense: Failure of the class in which the action occurred. 3rd offense: Expulsion or permanent dismissal from the University. Academic dishonesty is a serious offense
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course BUSINESS CS113 taught by Professor Howeller during the Spring '10 term at Kaplan University.

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CS113 Unit 5 _Seminar - Unit 5 Academic Writing Plagiarism...

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