Project 2

Project 2

Published on 18 September 2021
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Plagiarism
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Presenting others work without proper acknowledment
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Can be intentional or unintentional
00:10
Results in penalties
00:21
How would teachers identify this? Markers could identify the differences in writing styles
00:22
Plagiarism software (ex. Turnitin) can flag similarities between the paper submitted and the original
00:34
Intentional Plagiarism: Student knowingly does this
00:35
Pay for or let someone else write your paper, Download a paper (entirety or parts of it) from the internet,
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Copy someone else’s work, and Submit your own work from another course (self-plagiarism)
00:53
Unintentional Plagiarism:
00:55
Not acknowledging the source clearly and adequately.
00:56
Paraphrasing the sources without acknowledgement.
01:02
How to avoid intentional plagiarism:
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Managing your time properly: Ask for help when you need it. Make use of the many resources available
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If you cannot meet the deadline ask for extension
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How to avoid Unintentional plagiarism:
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Properly acknowledge sources
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Paraphrase or summarise information into your words Use quotation marks around phrases that you have directly taken from a source Keep a record of the sources you intend on using
01:44
How do you acknowledge sources:
01:45
Use in-text citations within your document o Ex. “Home-visiting is a big part of the nurses’ work” (O’Connor, 2018). o Ex. A key component of a nurse’s job is to see families within their own homes (O’Connor, 2018).
01:46
Create a reference list at the end of your document using the APA (7th edition) structure. o Ex. O’Connor, T. (2018). Bonding with baby: The building block for all relationships. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, 48(2), 26-28.