XU.tutor USE: Covers plagiarism and copyright

This tutorial will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Student Learning Outcome

The information literate student will be able to USE and manage information
appropriately, ethically and legally.

This tutorial will teach you how to:

  • Avoid plagiarizing
  • Cite sources consistently using appropriate document style
  • Understand intellectual property, copyright and fair use

Table of Contents

  1. What is Plagiarism?
  2. Why is Plagiarism Wrong?
  3. Xavier's Policy on Plagiarism (Academic Honesty)
  4. Common Types of Plagiarism
  5. Copy and Paste Plagiarism
  6. Avoid Copy and Paste Plagiarism
  7. Word Switch Plagiarism
  8. Avoid Word Switch Plagiarism
  9. Ghost Writer Plagiarism/Avoid
  10. Plagiarism Quick Check
  11. Why Cite?
  12. Plagiarism and Copyright
  13. Copyright Infringement
  14. What is Creative Commons?
  15. Image Sources
  16. Music Sources
  17. Video Sources
  18. Helpful Resources
  19. Quiz


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