Scenario 1: Editing

A tutorial assignment asks students to define the concept of academic honesty. Student A finds the quoted material from the earlier slide, but does not want to quote. Thus, Student A changes some words from the original. Here are the last two sentences.

Because words are changed, Student A does not use quotation marks, does not include citations within the text, and does not identify the original sources in footnotes or a separate reference section.

Discussion Questions

  1. Are quotation marks needed in this passage? If so, where? Why or why not?
  2. Should the original sources be identified after each sentence?
  3. Should the original sources be listed in a bibliography or reference section?

created 12 June 2014
last revised 13 June 2014
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