2009 Teaching and Learning Symposium

2:30-4:30 p.m., April 21, 2009
HUB Ballroom


Session Description

 

 

Tools to Engage Students in Honoring Intellectual Property

David Masuda (School of Medicine)

The Internet is undoubtedly a valuable research tool for students and faculty, yet the ease of capturing information from the internet increases confusion over concepts such as intellectual property, copyright, citation practices and the like. In this technology demonstration we will explore the use of commercial and open-source services not as "plagiarism detection tools" but rather as learning resources enabling students to better understand and maintain scholarly standards.

 


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