Evaluate your own note taking process and compare it

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Evaluate your own note-taking process and compare it with research-based recommendations I take notes very simply, sometimes verbatim. I believe that the key points should be underlined and highlighted, but I do not summarize frequently enough. Research-based recommendations include references, paraphrasing, data, and page numbers. Sources are crucial too Identify examples of intentional and unintentional plagiarism and explain how these two acts differ Paraphrasing incorrectly or directly copying texts and forgetting citation is plagiarism. Intentional plagiarism differs because people try to say the quotes or phrases and solidify and emphasize that is their own work. Define "bibliographic management software," name the most popular freeware and payware programs, and list a few features that are common to nearly all software used mostly by scholars and researchers to perform two main functions: To create databases of bibliographic citations To produce bibliographies which can easily be inserted into word processing documents (dissertations, books, papers, etc.). Citations may either be created within the software itself, or more commonly, downloaded from online bibliographic systems. -Endnote, zotero, easybib. They manage citations and organize them, formats for citations for papers Explain what a digital object identifier (DOI) is and why it has become necessary in the digital age Digital Object Identifier; As a means of improving the ability of readers to follow your references backwards
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State what the standards are for a proper and acceptable paraphrase of another's written words Appropriate paraphrase is representing an idea in your own words more clearly or pointedly than the source does. Do not match words and phrasing. Be able to identify proper and improper paraphrases by comparing them to the originals Be able to identify proper and improper in-text citations and references for common types of sources Discuss the values and reasons underlying the academic and social norm of attributing sources Contrast individual-level harms of plagiarism with broader community-level harms and connect these two levels List simple but effective strategies for avoiding unintentional plagiarism that go above and beyond just awareness of the problem Evaluate various definitions of plagiarism and point out what they all have in common List some of the benefits that a person reaps when they take the time to attribute sources correctly Identify all required components of complete attribution when using the APA citation system Explain the difference between in-text citations and references and state why both are necessary Discuss what is meant by "correspondence between in-text citations & references" and why it matters Be able to describe the most common pieces of information expected when citing any type of source
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