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General Research Guidelines (Refer to your subject teacher)- Toggle
Follow these steps to promote accountability and compliance to referencing standards. Humanities students can use the designated process at the bottom of this course.
Search techniques- Toggle
WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE CONSIDERED PLAGIARISM:
Referencing guidelines- Toggle
Turn It In use and guidelines- Toggle
Turnitin improves the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism and providing rich feedback to students. When a student submits a paper to Turn It In, it gets checked against over 24 billion web pages, over 300 million student papers and leading library databases and publications.
Humanities Research Process- Toggle
If you are completing an assignment for a Humanities class, this is the process you will follow in order to complete the task successfully.
Using Wikipedia- Toggle
What is Critical Literacy?- Toggle
Literacy in the twenty-first century involves not a single skill, but a complex interaction of skills and resources that the literate learner draws upon to make meaning from texts of many types. (Critical Literacy EDUC 5765, http://sites.google.com/site/criticalliteracyeduc5765/definition-of-critical-literacy-rationale-for-its-use/four-resources-roles-framework)