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Using source material quiz

Sprawdź się!
Which of the following is an acceptable use of source material?
  1. Copying a sentence from a source and changing the words to synonyms you find in a thesaurus. (kliknij aby rozwinąć lub zwinąć)
    INCORRECT! Changing the words, while maintaining or just slightly changing the structure of a text, is "close paraphrasing," a form of plagiarism.
  2. Using it to understand a concept, which you then write using your own words, and share on Wikipedia with citations to the original source. (kliknij aby rozwinąć lub zwinąć)
    CORRECT! This is the ideal way to use a source.
  3. Copying a lengthy passage from a book, but providing the name of the author and citing it. (kliknij aby rozwinąć lub zwinąć)
    INCORRECT! Copying a lengthy portion of a copyrighted book or article is still a violation of the author's copyright. Unless the book is under a free license or public domain, you shouldn't copy it.
  4. Using it to craft a compelling and emotional call to action about a pressing human rights issue. (kliknij aby rozwinąć lub zwinąć)
    INCORRECT! While you can use Wikipedia and good sources to write about human rights issues you care about, avoid writing to persuade readers. Trust that others will read the information you share and come to their own conclusions about your issue. Remember, the more balanced your article is, the more likely critical readers are to trust the information you share.

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