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GAMS Copyright Vocab

GAMS Copyright

QuestionAnswer
Plagiarism copying something word for word and not giving credit to the actual source; “copy and paste” and turn it in with your name on it
Paraphrase put it in your own words
Direct Quote copying something word for word AND placing it inside quotation marks “ .” AND stating where the passage is from (who said it) ALSO only allowed to use a small amount within your report (no more than 10%)
Citation the form that giving credit to the source of your information takes
Works Cited the list of citations, the list of sources that you used in your report
Fair Use tricky limitations on copyright; NOT a law, only a privilege to be used carefully
Creative Commons a free site where copyright owners sign up for a license to distribute part or all of their rights to the public domain; indicated with a cc symbol instead of the single c for copyright; the purpose is to allow for collaboration
URL a web address
Domain suffix the “dot com” part of the URL; the section of the web address that you check for that site’s reliability
MLA the style format required by GASD; other styles include Chicago, Turabian and APA
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