Do a little research on plagiarism, copyright, or fair use as it relates to the internet. How does the information you uncover bear upon your own work and the challenge of reporting your own or another’s unethical behavior? What happens to one’s “personal brand” when one chooses to take an unethical approach to written work or a presentation if one is caught or not?
- Clearly declare a stance/thesis in introductory paragraph
- Two full pages are required
- Cover page and reference page required
- APA formatting is required
- Two pieces of support from the week’s material are required
Supporting your work:
Use at least two pieces of information from this week’s assigned material to support your work. Cite the additional research on your choice of plagiarism, copy right, or fair use. You have an option to supplement your work with additional material if needed, which must be from scholarly sources (i.e., peer-reviewed journal articles, books, etc.). Wikipedia is not a credible source.
All direct quotations and information taken from your sources must be credited using APA Style®. Resources on APA Style® may be found in the Hondros Library by clicking the “APA Resources” link on the left navigation.
Interactive APA Checklist
Before submitting your paper, use the interactive APA Formatting Checklist to make sure that you meet all of the APA Style requirements for this assignment. Answer the questions honestly, and you will be directed to resources to help you complete this aspect of the assignment.
This should be 30% or less in order for your paper to be effectively graded as YOUR WORK. Papers with Originality Reports over 30% will be subject to a significant point deduction or may be returned to you. You may correct and resubmit your paper until the due date and time.
In the Attachments area below, click the Choose File button and browse the files on your computer to locate the document you wish to attach. Select the document, and then click Open. To verify your attachment, scroll to the bottom of the page and view the file name in the Attachments area. Click the Remove link if you would like to attach a different file. When you are ready to submit the file, click the Submit button.
This assignment will be submitted through Turnitin, which checks the originality of your submission against other sources. Make sure to review your Originality Report to help ensure that you are not plagiarizing. Click the colored icon next to Turnitin Report toward the top of the assignment submission page to review your Turnitin report. It may take 10-15 minutes for your report to process. Remember that you can re-submit your assignment until the deadline passes. Additionally, some of your instructors may provide feedback through Turnitin; to view this feedback, open the Turnitin report, and click on the GradeMark button at the top of the page. For more information, click here for a guide on using Turnitin.