Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement
Many people are unaware that, without written consent of the author, printing, photocopying, cutting, copying and pasting, duplication or transmission of written internet material is against the law.
A WORD ABOUT THIS
infringement and plagiarism hurts authors financially,
emotionally. New technologies are available for publishers,
teachers to detect copyright law violations and plagiarism.
easier than ever to get caught stealing someone else's ideas.
copyright infringement, visitors
should contact me or the owners of the properties linked for permission
to reprint. Authors will often grant permission if emailed a
sincere request and an explanation of use for academic or reprinting
plagiarism, students should cite
and/or provide a link with the name of the author, either in an
academic paper or on a website. Citation formats can be found in
most writing or publishing manuals.
Here is an example of a website-link format:
"Readers should visit Caroline Bowen's web page on plagiarism entitled "Copy-Cats, Copyright and Clones." Dr. Bowen provides very good explanations and descriptions regarding copyright infringement and plagiarism. She also writes condensed, enlightening descriptions of what to do and what not to do to avoid the pitfalls of plagiarism. Her copyright notice is even fun to read. Links to other ideas on the topic are also provided."
above, writing an introduction containing links is the right way to
refer to another person's Web material; copying and pasting such
information to your website without permission is not.
Copyright infringement is easy to avoid. Learn more about it by visiting Caroline Bowen's web pages above, as well as the other authors listed below.
Three Helpful Plagiarism Links
"Digital Portfolio," "Peer Review" "iThenticate" and "Turnitin" are but a few of the tools educators and authors are now using to detect plagiarism of written material on the Internet today. Learn more about copyright-infringement-detection software by visiting plagiarism.org.
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K. Bruce Harpster, M.A., CCC-SLP
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