Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
INFORMATION ETHICS

WHAT IS PLAGIARISM ?

• "Plagiarism" stems from the Latin word "plaguarius" which means "kid-napper."

• "The act of taking another's intellectual property (spoken words, written words, artistic expressions) and passing them off as one's own. Plagiarism may be unintentional, but you will be held accountable for plagiarism whether or not you meant to plagiarize."

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• "Plagiarism is using another person's ideas or creative works without giving credit to that person.

It includes:

• paraphrasing information from a source without referencing the source

• copying and pasting Internet information, graphics, or media into your work without citing the source

• using someone else's homework or buying papers or research you did not do and turning it in as if you had done the work yourself.

• not putting quotation marks around parts of sources you quote exactly


All of these are plagiarism when a citation for each source you used is not included in your paper, speech, project, etc."

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ANOKA HIGH SCHOOL'S POLICY ON CHEATING/PLAGIARISM
(see the 2004-2005 Handbook and Calendar)

1. First Offense
If a student is determined to have been cheating or plagiarizing by his or her classroom teacher, this policy applies:

 a.) the teacher calls the parent
b.) the teacher contacts the office via the referral process
c.) the student receives "0" grade for the activity or test
d.) incident is referred to National Honor Society advisor and the scholarship   commitee by Associate Principal's secretary
e.) associate principal contacts parents and arranges parent conference with all parties in attendance if neccessary

2. Second offense
a.) all first offense consequences are applied
b.) student is removed from all elected or appointed leadership positions for   one school year


  AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION'S CODE OF ETHICS

Adopted by the ALA Council in June of 1995

I. We provide the highest level of service to all library users through appropiate and usefully oraganized resources; equitable service policies; equitable access; and accurate, unbiased, and courteous responses to all requests.

II. We applaud the principles of intellectual freedom and resist all efforts to censor library resources.

III. We protect each libray user's right to privacy and confidentiality with respect to information sought or received and resources consulted, borrowed, acquired or transmitted.

IV. We recognize and respect intellectual property rights.

V. We treat co-workers and other colleagues with respect, fairness and good faith, and advocate conditions of employment that safegaurd the rights and welfare of all employees of our institutions.

VI. We do not advance private interests at the expense of library users, colleagues, or our employing insitutions.

VII. We distinguish between our personal convictions and professional duties and do not allow our personal beliefs to interfere with fair repersentation of the aims of our institutions or the provision of access to their information resources.

IIX. We strive for excellnce in the profession by maintaining and enhancing our own knowledge and skills, by encouraging the professional development of co-workers, and by fostering the aspirations of potential members of the profession.


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