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Lessons 1&2

TermDefinition
Plagerism the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
Copyright Laws A law protecting the intellectual property of individuals, giving them exclusive rights over the distribution and reproduction of that material.
Copyright Act is a United States copyright law and remains the primary basis of copyright law in the United States, as amended by several later enacted copyright provisions.
Are all Published works copyrighted not all are, public domain is not under the copyright act
Can fact be copyrighted any fact that is published
What is citation 1) A short, formal indication of the source of information or quoted material. 2) The act of quoting material or the material quoted.
What do you need to citation? work that is not your own thoughts
Attribution The acknowledgement that something came from another source.
Cite 1) to indicate a source of information or quoted material in a short, formal note. 2) to quote 3) to ascribe something to a source
Common Knowledge Information that is readily available from a number of sources, or so well-known that its sources do not have to be cited.
Bibliography A list of sources used in preparing a work.
Endnotes Notes at the end of a paper acknowledging sources and providing additional references or information.
Facts Knowledge or information based on real, observable occurrences.
Footnotes Notes at the bottom of a paper acknowledging sources or providing additional references or information.
Fair Use The guidelines for deciding whether the use of a source is permissible or constitutes a copyright infringement.
Intellectual Property A product of the intellect, such as an expressed idea or concept, that has commercial value
Notation The form of a citation; the system by which one refers to cited sources.
Original 1) Not derived from anything else, new and unique 2) Markedly departing from previous practice 3) The first, preceding all others in time 4) The source from which copies are made
Paraphrase A restatement of a text or passage in other words
Peer Review teaching tool that allows students to anonymously review the work of their peers.
Plagiarism The reproduction or appropriation of someone else’s work without proper attribution; passing off as one’s own the work of someone else
Public Domain The absence of copyright protection; belonging to the public so that anyone may copy or borrow from it.
Quotation Using words from another source
Self-plagiarism Copying material you have previously produced and passing it off as a new production.
What are the consequence Expulsion, court order
Created by: Flanderson
 

 



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