A little hard work and research never hurt anyone and

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A little hard work and research never hurt anyone; and your brain retains more information the more interested in the topic you become. Even if you believe it to be no big deal like “borrowing” someone else’s photos; it is a big deal because you did not perform the work yourself. You relied on another person to do your work. They spent their time and energy to go out into the world and find photos to match the criteria of what they were looking for in a story or research project and if using their work then you should credit them with what they have accomplished. If you are at all confused about how to credit someone with the work that they have done then maybe it is time to seek out the advice of your advisor. They are there to teach and sometimes that means taking a time out from the big picture and helping a student one on one. Our advisors, teachers, deans, ect are there to help us in our ethical pursuits and to help us maintain our college success, sometimes as students we need to look at these people as resources and not be afraid to open our mouths and ask the important questions.
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  • Spring '11
  • daimenfleming
  • Ethics , English-language films, Ethical Lens Statement, ethical lens assignments

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