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Plagiarism is the use of someone's information, ideas, or images without proper attribution.
All of the following methods can be used while collecting information for research EXCEPT:
  Copyright identification
When you use a direct quotation, you must attribute the original source; however, when you paraphrase or summarize you do not need to include attribution to the source.
Which of the following is the best way to help a researcher avoid plagiarism?
  When using a source, first record the bibliographic information, then annotate the source and take notes.
  Read articles and websites, print all the articles and websites and save them in a file folder.
  Email articles, websites, and library catalogs citation information and keep the emails in a folder.
One method to help produce a well-organized paper is outlining.
Which of the following statement is true about notetaking?
  Taking notes means that you will never plagiarize.
  Cornell notes, mind maps, and graphic organizers are three types of notetaking techniques.
  Digital notetaking is not possible.

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