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ePortfolio Ethics

 

Students are expected to maintain the same academic ethics in their ePortfolios that they are in their courses.

 

The content (pictures, assignments, etc.) that you include in your ePortfolio must be content that you have produced. Plagiarism in not acceptable. Plagiarism is when you represent work that you have not produced as your own.

 

 

ePortfolio Academic Ethics Tips:

 

  • Cite sources whenever you use them. Make sure to cite them in the appropriate citation format for your field of study. Here is a great resource from Duke University about how to cite different sources in your paper:

Duke University Libraries, “Assembling a List of Works Cited in Your Paper”:
library.duke.edu...

 

  • Do not use copyrighted content (images, etc.) unless you have permission from the copyright holder, it is in the public domain, and/or it falls under the "fair educational use" exemption. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are not violating copyrights. For information on copyrights and fair use, click on "fair educational use" above or visit the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Additional Information:

 

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.