Attribution ---> Citation/Plagiarism
2 Kinds of Plagiarism
Ripped from the Headlines
Look at the handout (online students - it is linked on the left side of this guide. In-person student may prefer that version too, as the one I am handout out is not in color). This is very nice - its less nuts-and-bolts, and more about the big picture of why you use the work you use.
1. Take good notes, and make sure you have clear attribution (including page number(s), original source, database found in/doi,etc,)
2. Create a workflow process and schema for how you use other people's work in your own notes (Zotero and other reference management programs can really help with this)
3. Attribution is not always enough (Ask Jill Abramson!) - it needs to be linked to the specific content being attributed.
4. Using other people's work
5. Must properly cite creator of sources (text, data, web content (i.e. tweets), graphics (photographs, charts, collages, etc.), etc. in appropriate and accepted style (i.e. APA, MLA, etc.)