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Digital Literacies 1: Reading, Writing, and Research: Digital Literacies 1: Reading, Writing, and Research (9773): Copyright and Fair Use

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As a rule, anything you or your students find on the internet is likely to be under copyright, which means that—as a rule—you cannot display it, reproduce it, or perform it. The right to do those things is held solely by the copyright owner. So, for example, Google Images is not the “public domain.” Just because you can find it and grab it doesn’t mean you’re allowed to use it!

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Digital Literacies 1: Reading, Writing, and Research: Digital Literacies 1: Reading, Writing, and Research (9773): Plagiarism

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  • 80 percent of “high-achieving” high school students admit to cheating.
  • 51 percent of high school students did not believe cheating was wrong.
  • 95 percent of cheating high school students said that they had not been detected.
  • 75 percent of college students admitted cheating, and 90% of college students didn’t believe cheaters would be caught.
  • Almost 85 percent of college students said cheating was necessary to get ahead.

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  • 72 percent of students reported one or more instances of serious cheating on written work.
  • 15 percent had submitted a paper obtained in large part from a term paper mill or website.
  • 52 percent had copied a few sentences from a website without citing the source.
  • Over 45 percent admitted to collaborating inappropriately with others on assignments.

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In the world of ideas, what constitutes ethical use depends on the context. It might be helpful to think of stealing, of unethical use, as taking something of value without permission. It may be of value to you, or to the person from whom it’s taken; and that value doesn’t have to be tangible or monetary. Credit for an idea also has value in some contexts, and academic work is one of them.
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  • As part of your efforts to teach students good research and evaluation skills (part 3 of this course, available 2017–18), walk students through examples of websites of varying reliability. Point out, if they don’t notice it, which cite their sources, and in what ways, and ask them how that affects their sense of the site’s reliability.
  • Model citations in your teaching! While it doesn’t make sense to track down the source of every instructional strategy, you can certainly cite sources for Powerpoints and other teaching materials, using the same methods and formats you ask your students to us
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    Digital Literacies 1: Reading, Writing, and Research: Digital Literacies 1: Reading, Writing, and Research (9773): Making Digital Reading More Like Print

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    Annotary could be described as social bookmarking for researchers. It allows you to highlight text, add annotations, save your notes, and share them with colleagues.

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    Ronny Jackson withdraws as Trump’s nominee to lead Veterans Affairs

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    Ronny L. Jackson,
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    escribed Jackson’s “pattern” of handing out medication with no patient history, writing himself prescriptions and contributing to a hostile work environment with “a constant fear of reprisal.”
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