Answer Key Essay

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Question 1 of 10 0.0/ 10.0 Points

According to the APUS Plagiarism policy, which of the following is not an example of academic dishonesty:
Incorrect A.Using information from a source without giving credit in-text and in the reference page to that source B.Using another student's paper as your own C.Helping another student cheat or be dishonest in class D.Properly citing and referencing all sources

Answer Key: D

Question 2 of 10 10.0/ 10.0 Points

Examine this original passage from the APUS Plagiarism Policy: The most frequently observed form of academic dishonesty is plagiarism. Plagiarism is the adoption or incorporation of another's ideas without proper
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The city of publication is missing. C.Incorrect. The name of the book should be credited here.
Correct D.Incorrect. The authors, not publisher, should be credited in the citation.

Answer Key: D

Question 4 of 10 10.0/ 10.0 Points

Here is the original text from Bingham and Conner (2010), page 23: Rather than ban the use of social tools, educate people how to use them effectively for work. They are the future of collaboration and learning at work, so the more you prepare people for how to use the tools respectfully and how to apply good social practices, the better.

Consider this passage from a student’s essay: According to Bingham and Conner (2010), the use of social media can elevate learning and teamwork within organizations so long as people are properly trained in their appropriate use.

The student’s passage is:

Correct A.Correct as is. The paraphrase correctly expresses the source's idea and is totally reworded. B.Incorrect. The paraphrase should have used identical terminology used in the original quote. C.Incorrect. The book’s name and publisher should be cited. D.Incorrect. The year and the page number should appear parenthetically at the end of the paraphrase.

Answer Key: A

Question 5 of 10 10.0/ 10.0 Points

Here is the original text from Bingham and Conner (2010), page 41: Online communities create ambient awareness, which is what social scientists call this sort of incessant online

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