Week 3 DQ 1 and 2 - GEN 200 Week 3 DQ 1 In my attempt to search for academic honest in higher learning using search engines little was found When I

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GEN 200 Week 3 DQ 1: In my attempt to search for academic honest in higher learning using search engines, little was found. When I first said searching, I decided to use google.com and ask.com as my search engines. I decided to look for academic honesty in higher learning (in its entirety). I had more luck with my findings when I used google.com than when I used ask.com. I picked a few websites that sounded like they'd be useful when writing a paper on the topic. The first two that I chose to visit were findarticles.com and wiki.answers.com. Wiki.answers.com literally gave a one sentence definition of what is believed to be academic dishonesty. Findarticles.com gave a short and simple description on academic dishonesty in online courses and provided a few links to articles about academic dishonesty. Those articles gave very little information on plagiarism and other terms defining academic dishonesty. One of the articles only informed a person about using correct citations in a paper and it was only six to eight sentences long. As with google.com, ask.com provided many links to many different colleges and academic institutions.
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course GEN 200 taught by Professor Daimenfleming during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 3 DQ 1 and 2 - GEN 200 Week 3 DQ 1 In my attempt to search for academic honest in higher learning using search engines little was found When I

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