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LC Research & Presentation

Credibility


 

Example of a failing annotation:

 

Source. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Feb. 2013

http://this is my website.html. I could not find a publisher or publish date for the site, however it does have a lot of good information.

 

  • Really? How can you prove that the information is good?
  • If food had no information on where it came from, who produced it, a list of ingredients, and when it expired, would you trust it?
  • Why waste your time on a poor resource, when it is just as easy to find a good quality resource?

Plagiarism

This 2:41 minute video provides an excellent definition of plagiarism.

Plagiarism explained by Common Craft