Lecture 16 Assoc vs causation

Lecture 16 Assoc vs causation - ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BEING...

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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BEING A TA FOR NS 1150 DURING THE FALL 2011 SEMESTER? THIS 5 CREDIT EXPERIENCE WILL GIVE YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO: ADD A NEW DIMENSION TO YOUR EDUCATION HELP OTHER STUDENTS STRENGTHEN YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF NUTRITION CONCEPTS FOR AN INTERVIEW AT 110 SAVAGE HALL BEFORE APRIL 20, 2011 Strongly Recommended Coursework: NS 1150, NS 3310 and NS 341/3420 Have ?s – contact Dr. Swanson (jes21)
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Prelim 2 Mean 86.3 Median 88.7 SD 10.6 Range 45-100 Media Assignments: Handed back in discussion section this week
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i-clicker According to Cornell’s Code of Academic Integrity, which of the following is NOT plagiarism A. When students collaborate on a group writing assignment but do not assign writing responsibilities for each student B. Failing to cite the source of limited materials taken from published sources C. Submitting a small portion of work from one course as part of an assignment for a second course D. Failing to use quotation marks for small portions of another work (<1%) when there clearly was no intention to misrepresent the source E. All are violations
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i-Clicker According to Cornell’s Code of Academic Integrity A. Faculty detecting possible cases of plagiarism must report the cases to the Hearing Board B. The Hearing Board is the sole judge of whether violations occurred and determines the appropriate penalty C. Penalties can range from a warning, to failing the class, to being dismissed from the university D. Students who previously had a violation forfeit their right to appeal later allegations of plagiarism E. All of the above
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i-Clicker FYI: Every Cornell student is responsible for reading and abiding by the rules in the Code of Academic Integrity http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/index.cfm Just out of curiosity: A. I have read this Code at some point B. I have never read this Code
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Media Assigments Several students cut and pasted sections from the journal article and/or media article into the template without quotation marks In some cases this affected one cell in the template and in other cases many cells These appear to be cases of carelessness and/or lack of awareness of the rules, but they are plagiarism nonetheless These students will lose half the points allocated for each cell, in addition to any points lost in that cell for other reasons
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