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Megan Black

Common Sense Media: Respecting Work - 5 views

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    Respecting Creative Work, Whose Is It, Anyway is a grade level appropriate introduction to copyright and plagiarism for grades 4 and 5
Megan Black

Plagiarism - 11 views

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    Excellent Plagiarism site with links to other resources, and audio on each page to read aloud the text.
Anne Bubnic

Digital Literacy: Detecting Lies and Staying True [Video] - 5 views

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    Another video in the Google/YouTube Online Safety series. Covers online behavior and uncovering valid resources. Many of these resources are available in both English and Spanish.
Anne Bubnic

Digital Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities [Glogster] - 1 views

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    Example of student deliverable on plagiarism. Done using Glogster.
Anne Bubnic

Everything You Need To Know About Detecting Plagiarism and Preventing It - 6 views

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    This comprehensive resource will tell you everything you need to know about plagiarism, from the basic facts to free detection tools to preventing it in both the physical and online classroom.
Anne Bubnic

Digital Citizenship Thematic Unit - 2 views

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    Thematic unit on digital citizenship for students in middle school aged 10-14. For this unit we have broken it into two weeks. Week one will be on plagiarism, copyright, and creative commons. Week two will be on online etiquette and cyberbullying. The students will learn about each theme over a course of days. After the two themes have been examined, students will complete a final project related to the goals.
Anne Bubnic

NetKnowHow: Resources for Digital Citizenship - 0 views

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    Canadian resources covering digital citizenship, Web 2.0, copyright, plagiarism, Internet Safety and Cyberbullying.
Anne Bubnic

Online Lives, Offline Consequences: Professionalism, Information Ethics and Professiona... - 2 views

  • For educators, perhaps the most familiar ethical issue facing students is that of academic honesty. For today's Internet-savvy students, who have become accustomed to cutting and pasting information on the fly with little attention to citations, the opportunity to use "free" online information is often too tempting to refuse
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    To ensure that students' behaviors do not jeopardize their future careers, educators must understand the online activities that present ethical and professional issues and make every effort to educate students about appropriate behavior and interactions in an online environment
Anne Bubnic

The Case of the Plagiarized Paper [Video Caper] - 1 views

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    Suggested classroom use (4th-10th grade): writing, literature, history, technology/computer teachers, character education, leadership classes. Additional use: school-wide assemblies, school broadcasts, district streaming, counselor sessions, "back to school" programs on cheating/plagiarism, college prep, in preperation for assigning a major writing assignment,
Anne Bubnic

Case of the Plagiarized Paper [Video teaser] - 0 views

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    Dave, a fellow 8th grade classmate needs help from the Club. Someone in Mr. B's class plagiarized their own paper-and since Mr. B has a bell curve it affects everyone. Dave's grade is lowered and his parents are sending him to Boarding School! Adina's Deck takes the case in order to help Dave get the grade he deserves. In this who-done-it, there are four main suspects, and the club needs to investigate each of their alibis to catch the cheater and save Dave. After a difficult case, the club learns about the true nature of plagiarism- and that doing things right the first time just might be a trustworthy solution.
Steven Knight

Bound By The Law: Tales from the Public Domain - 4 views

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    "Bound by Law translates law into plain English and abstract ideas into 'visual metaphors.' So the comic's heroine, Akiko, brandishes a laser gun as she fends off a cyclopean 'Rights Monster' - all the while learning copyright law basics, including the line between fair use and copyright infringement." -Brandt Goldstein, The Wall Street Journal online
Anne Bubnic

Copyright & Fair Use in Teaching Resources - 0 views

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    Partnership with Temple University to develop a code of best practices that helps educators using media literacy concepts and techniques to interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use. Fair use is the right to use copyrighted material without permission or payment under some circumstances-especially when the cultural or social benefits of the use are predominant. It is a general right that applies even in situations where the law provides no specific authorization for the use in question-as it does for certain narrowly defined classroom activities.
Anne Bubnic

Exploring Plagiarism, Copyright, and Paraphrasing - 0 views

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    This lesson helps students understand copyright, fair use, and plagiarism by focusing on why students should avoid plagiarism and exploring strategies that respect copyright and fair use.
Rhondda Powling

Ten Resources for Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism - 0 views

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    Plagiarism, we all hate it, but how can we teach students to avoid it and how can we detect it? Just as the Internet makes plagiarism easy, the Internet also makes detecting plagiarism and prevent plagiarism easy. What follows are ten resources for detecting plagiarism and teaching students to avoid plagiarism.
Anne Bubnic

Adina's Deck: Back To School Newsletter - 0 views

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    Learn the latest about Adina's Deck, the award winning cybersafety film, which now has two additional sequels. The team is available for school assembly programs.
Anne Bubnic

Plagiarized.com - 0 views

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    The purpose of this site is to help instructors and parents better understand how the internet can facilitate plagiarism. We present strategies to prevent plagiarism, explain some of the underlying causes, and provide advice on dealing with cases of confirmed plagiarism.
Anne Bubnic

2007 Junior Achievement/Deloitte Teen Ethics Survey | - 0 views

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    In alarming numbers, teenagers who think they are fully prepared to make ethical decisions are also driven by the pursuit of success to cheat, by time constraints to plagiarize, and by vengeance to inflict physical violence. This paints a disturbing picture for employers who will be relying on this age group to fill the pipeline in their future workforces. The fifth annual JA/Deloitte Teen Ethics Survey found that while most teens (71 percent) feel fully prepared to make ethical decisions in the workplace, nearly 40 percent of those young people believe that lying, cheating, plagiarizing, and violence are sometimes necessary to succeed in school. Download the attached Executive Summary and survey results documents to learn more.
Anne Bubnic

Technology: The Mistakes Kids Make - 1 views

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    On the one hand, today's technology - particularly the Internet and cell phones - provides kids wonderful opportunities to learn, recreate, and communicate. On the other, it also provides the means for kids to make and compound mistakes, some of which can lead to trouble. The kinds of mistakes we're talking about are mostly errors in judgment, some large, some small, but all of them things you should think about.
Anne Bubnic

Plagiarism Court : You Be The Judge [Shockwave Flash] - 0 views

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    Plagiarism Court: You Be the Judge, This is a Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial created by Ramona Islam for Fairfield University in the wake of the New York Times scandal where a writer fabricated and plagiarized numerous stories. Although designed for college students, the lessons are appropriate for younger grades.
Kirsten Carter

Vaughan Memorial Library : Tutorials : Plagiarism - 0 views

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    The Vaughan Memorial Library designed this colorful and nteractive flash tutorial on plagiarism to help university students learn how to cite resources, but it is also suitable for younger students.
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    Easy tutorial that explains what plagiarism is. Choose a player and go through the steps.
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