Student Survival Guide

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GEN/105 Student Survival Guide Final Project
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Janna Frank 2/28/2010
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Using Axia College’s Educational Resources Downloading files for use on your machine or portable device o Audio versions of reading material and/or assignments are available to download within courses and the Library. o Most courses will use e-books, and these readings can be downloaded and saved. Navigating the University Library o Enter a keyword search or choose a specialized database to begin the search. Make the search more specific if needed. Identifying key information within articles o Is the article peer-reviewed? What are the article’s title, author, year of publishing, and all other APA-required information? o If I have other questions, a tutorial can be found at: https://axiaecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/gotoLibrary.asp Upholding Academic Honesty Understanding Axia’s academic honesty policy o There are many examples of plagiarism: An exact copy of work without citation or quotation marks Paraphrasing the information without correct citation The purchase or sharing of unoriginal works/Copyright infringement The inclusion of reference statistics, data, or other information without citation Self-plagiarism (re-using previously submitted works as original) Using statistics, data, or other information that were made up Using materials not authorized by instructors/providing answers to others Lying about personal situations to extend due dates, etc. Understanding consequences of plagiarism o The process begins with an alleged violation. A warning or review is given. o
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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