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A Fair(y) Use Tale (more details)

Using clips from Disney films, this short documentary offers basic definitions of copyright principles. Humorous and clever, the film illustrates the principle of fair use through its use of the films. The film can be viewed through streaming, downloaded as an MP4, or can be viewed on YouTube.

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Author: Fadden, Eric (Bucknell University)

Date Added to LOEX: December 1, 2007

Bruin Success with Less Stress (more details)

This tutorial is focused on demonstrating a student's rights when it comes to copyright and intellectual property. It's aim is to act as an introduction to undergraduate students in academic integrity and how to integrate into the academic community. Lessons are informal and include scenarios and quizzes. All the lessons are interactive. The use of humor and the retro design of the tutorial makes it very student-friendly.

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Author: Swarz, Pauline (UCLA)

Date Added to LOEX: December 1, 2007

How to Avoid Plagiarism (more details)

This module presents plagiarism prevention in simple, easy to remember steps. The information is presented in a catchy way with bullet points for easy remembering. A menu also allows users to move between the module easily going back to earlier lessons if necessary.

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Author: Online Writing Center (University of Maryland University College)

Date Added to LOEX: April 1, 2008

Plagiarism and Academic Integrity (more details)

This flash-based tutorial presents different academic scenarios that may result in plagiarism and asks the user to determine the ethical course of action. The scenarios present the subtleties of maintaining academic integrity and try to avoid obvious instances of plagiarism. The tutorial incorporates audio with photographs of students and some animation.

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Author: Eileen Stec (Rutgers University)

Date Added to LOEX: April 1, 2008

Plagiarism.org (more details)

This site acts as a comprehensive source on plagiarism for instructors and students alike. It defines plagiarism and offers detailed guides on how to avoid it. The information is also available in printable handouts to be used in the classroom. Links to plagiarism detection sites are also available as well as information on copyright laws. This site's publisher, iParadigms, also produces Turinitn, the well-known plagiarism software suite.

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Date Added to LOEX: April 1, 2008

Q & A for Plagiarism (more details)

This quiz is part of a longer tutorial about plagiarism and copyright. The quiz presents eight short scenarios with the option for the user to determine if they are or aren't plagiarism. Explanations are given for why or why each one is not plagiarism. The range of scenarios presented demonstrate the complexity of plagiarism.

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Author: Writing Center (University of Maine at Farmington)

Date Added to LOEX: April 1, 2008

The Center for Academic Integrity (more details)

This Clemson University site offers resources for instructors and students alike. The strength of the free portion of the site lies in its collection of honor policies. Institutions can also gain access to a resource database by becoming a paid member. Also hosts an annual conference.

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Author: Center for Academic Integrity (Clemson University)

Date Added to LOEX: April 1, 2008

The TEACH Toolkit (more details)

This webpage offers resources to facilitate the understanding of the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act (TEACH) of 2002 specifically in the context of distance education. The site offers explanations of the law in addition to checklists for checking one's own materials and lists of best practices. Some of the resources are specific to North Carolina and North Carolina State University, but the principles can also be applied generally.

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Author: Hoon, Peggy E. (NCSU)

Date Added to LOEX: December 1, 2007

Understand Plagiarism (more details)

A Flash-based tutorial that guides one through the various types of plagiarism. User can choose her own "path" and examine Common Myths, Famous Cases of Plagiarism from Pop Culture, and review a details of how to avoid plagiarism in the academy. Numerous examples, tips, along with interspersed quizzes are provided.

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Author: Marino, Bill (Eastern Michigan University)

Format: Flash

Date Added to LOEX: November 14, 2013

US Copyright Office (more details)

The U.S. Copyright Office is the legal registrar of copyrights within the United States. In addition to containing information about how to copyright a work or investigate the copyright of a resource you are hoping to use, the site offers basic information about copyright law and a flash-based tutorial (""Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright"") for students. One can also search copyright records through the site.

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Author: United States Copyright Office

Date Added to LOEX: December 1, 2007

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