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Plagiarism Spectrum: 10 Most Common Types of Plagiarism
Image from Grif Alspach, J. (2014). A case of plagiarism: Lessons for editors, authors, reviewers, readers, and plagiarists. Critical Care Nurse, 34(5), 12-16. doi:10.4037/ccn2014786
Reading check (Prof. Reynolds will provide prompts)
Activity 1: Plagiarism v. Copyright Infringement Activity (Bravender, McClure, Schaub, 2015); analyze scenarios in pairs then plenary discussion
Activity 2: The Who, What, and Why of the Creative Commons (Bravender, McClure, Schaub, 2015)
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End of class (unit) reflection
Zibrik, L., Khan, S., Bangar, N., Stacy, E., Lauscher, H. N., & Ho, K. (2015). Patient and community centered eHealth: Exploring eHealth barriers and facilitators for chronic disease self-management within British Columbia’s immigrant Chinese and Punjabi seniors. Health Policy and Technology, 4(4), 348-356. doi:10.1016/j.hlpt.2015.08.002
Note: A PDF of the Zibrik et al. article is available below. The password will be shared in class.
Moody, R. (2003). Patient information. Overcoming barriers to delivering information to cancer patients. British Journal of Nursing, 12(21), 1281-1287. (Access full text through the library catalog.)
In a one to two page essay respond to the following questions. Format your paper in APA style, including a title page with running head, cited sources, and references. Email your final version to Prof. Reynolds, and bring a printed copy to class on 9/18.
Based on the readings and your own experiences, what factors impact a person’s ability to access information?
What impacts a person’s ability to understand information?
Describe a situation in your own life (or that of someone close to you) when there was a barrier to accessing or understanding information (healthcare related or otherwise). What were the barriers, and what might be some solutions to overcoming those barriers?