• plagiarism aflame 
    We live in the information age. Some of us remember a time before the internet, computers, and cell phones; some of us know nothing else. As one smart person described it, society is made up of digital immigrants--those of people trying to learn technologies invented during their lifetime--and digital natives--those who grew up with modern technologies. Many adults have difficulty dealing with the newness of the information age and young people have trouble navigating its ethical implications. The question isn't whether or not  information can be found, the question is whether the information is viable and used ethically. Incidents of plagiarism and other cheating have risen exponentially along with access to information.
     
    It is important that you know how to use information honestly and ethically.
     
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Last Modified on August 17, 2016