ACHIEVEMENT 3 TASK / NEWBIE: CONTENT ETIQUETTE/@UDGOSPEL 12/04/2021 @CRYPTOKANNON


Good evening family!

@udgospel

Am right here again to elucidate on everything concerning achievement 3

Hello steemians it's quite interesting to do my achievement 3 even after some challenges on my achievement 1 though I have done my chievement 2 and here are my on achievement 3

I will be Discussing shortly on this topics

What is Plagiarism

Consequences and

Ways to avoid plagiarism..

What is plagiarism??

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With m my h h my understanding I will say plagiarism is the act of stealing someone's work then claiming is your own work.
Or copying and pasting of another person's work

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PLAGIARISM:

Plagiarism is the practice of taking credit for someone else's words or ideas. It's an act of intellectual dishonesty. In colleges and universities, it violates honor codes and can cause irreparable damage to a person's reputation. It also comes with serious consequences; a plagiarized assignment may lead to a failing grade, a suspension, or an expulsion.

Clearly, the issue is not to be taken lightly. However, if you act with academic integrity, it's also nothing to fear. The best way to avoid plagiarism is to understand the concept itself.

Types of Plagiarism

Some forms of plagiarism are obvious. Copying someone else's essay word for word and submitting it as your own? Plagiarism, of course. Turning in an essay you bought from a paper mill is too. The issue is not always so blatant, however. In addition to overt acts of academic dishonesty, other, more complex forms of plagiarism exist, and they lead to similar consequences nonetheless.

DIRECT PLAGIARISM

Direct plagiarism is the act of copying another person's work word for word. Inserting a paragraph from a book or article into your essay without including attribution or quotation marks, for example, is direct plagiarism. Paying someone to write an essay for you and submitting it as your own work is also direct plagiarism. If you commit direct plagiarism, you're likely to be caught thanks to software and tools such as Turnitin.
Paraphrased plagiarism involves making a few (often cosmetic) changes to someone else’s work, then passing it off as your own. Unless a specific idea is common knowledge, you cannot include it in your paper without providing a citation—even if you do not include any direct quotes.

Paraphrased plagiarism
involves making a few (often cosmetic) changes to someone else’s work, then passing it off as your own. Unless a specific idea is common knowledge, you cannot include it in your paper without providing a citation—even if you do not include any direct quotes

Mosaic" plagiarism is a combination of direct and paraphrased plagiarism
. This type involves tossing various words, phrases, and sentences (some word for word, some paraphrased) into your essay without providing quotation marks or attributions.

Accidental plagiarism occurs when citations are missing, sources are cited incorrectly, or an author shares an idea without a citation that isn't as common of knowledge as they thought. Accidental plagiarism is often the result of a disorganized research process and a last-minute time crunch. Ultimately, if you fail to cite your sources appropriately, you've committed plagiarism—even if you had every intention edit
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CONSEQUENCES OF PLAGIARISM

1 plagiarism is seen as a very high offence and can lead to reduction of marks especially in the univesty or higher level . thereby demoralizing and causing discouragement to one who own the work and to one who have invested time and labour to produce the work..

2 plagiarism can lead to failure

3 plagiarism can make you face a very strict panel and there could be severe consequences for this..

4 plagiarism can cause suspension

Ways to avoid plagiarism

1)Plagiarism can not be totally cleared but can be totally amended to the lowest minimum.. This can be achieved when there is a strict body set to punish anybody who falls victim of this.. when there is high level of punishment then plagiarism I'll reduce

2 we students should be taught on the negative effects of plagiarism and students should learn to cite and reference their work to the original owners. With this in effect, there would be a great minimisation of plagiarism..

3 one should try and use his or her brain in doing something not copying but if you must copy then cite the source and let everyone know about it so you won't frame the work of another person

Some persons might be asking there self how can he or she cite his or her steemit work or any work

To produce and share quality posts with original content. Plagiarised and copy/pasted material, including images, is not original content.
Plagiarism is the appropriation of another person's work, be it text or image, without any attempt to give them credit. The goal of the plagiarist is to make it appear as if themselves are the source of the work.

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Achievement 3 : Content Etiquette
cryptokannon (73)ADMINGreeterin Newcomers' Community • 9 months ago (edited)
Achievement 3 : Content Etiquette

Objectives of this Task is:

Newcomers have knowledge on Proof of Brain concept.
Newcomers have basic knowledge on producing and sharing quality/original content.
Newcomers embracing the existing Steem Community etiquette.
What can users post to Steemit?
Steem is an open platform meant to host and welcome any legal content that complies with our terms of service. Users can post anything they want, whether it be phrases, quotes, blogs, anecdotes, photos, videos, memes, songs, and more. Be creative! Source

"Proof of Brain" concept
Steem provides a scalable blockchain protocol for publicly accessible and immutable content, along with a fast and fee-less digital token (called STEEM) which enables people to earn the currency by using their brain (what can be called “Proof-of-Brain”) Source

Since the Steem Blockchain rewarding your post by producing original content that is from your brain, you are recommended to give citation or source to any of your content that consists of others' works.

Why do we, as Steemit users, need to cite our sources?
To produce and share quality posts with original content. Plagiarised and copy/pasted material, including images, is not original content.
Plagiarism is the appropriation of another person's work, be it text or image, without any attempt to give them credit. The goal of the plagiarist is to make it appear as if themselves are the source of the work.

How to Cite a Source
Citation
It is not sufficient to simply note that “text source is Wikipedia”. A link to the specific Wikipedia page where the content came from is required. If numerous sources were used, adding the source after each separate idea is recommended.

Every copy/pasted sentence should be either in quotes “” or formatted using the > markup.

Every paraphrased paragraph, sentence or idea should have a reference as close to it as reasonably possible to indicate its origin.
SOURCE @CRYPTOKANNON

I strongly believe within my self that this procedures will control the rate of plagiarism.

"I have read and understood the Steemit etiquette on Steemit community and will do my best to embrace them"
Thank you all

ALL THANKS TO @CRYPTOKANNON AND @STEEMCURATOR01 AND @STEEMCURATOR03 FOR READING THIS POST

Best regards to my mentor@dlioness and @ngoenyi and @whitestallation

Thanks to @cryptokannon who have given us this opportunity

I want to say thanks to

CC:@steemcurator02
CC:@steemalive
CC:@focusnow
CC:@trafalgar
CC:@axeman


Comments 6


Congratulations on your Achievement 3 post. I believe you've understood a lot the importance of content etiquette. Thanks and have a blessed day.

12.04.2021 08:20
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Thanks dear I have learnt alot

12.04.2021 08:24
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Congratulations on your achievement 3

12.04.2021 08:54
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Hi @udgospel,

Thank you for making your Achievement 3 post on Plagiarism.I hope you won't indulge in Plagiarism at any point in time.
However,you need to learn how to put source to your diagram.

Do this 👇

source

12.04.2021 11:37
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Alright thank you

12.04.2021 15:48
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Congratulations on your progress, your achievement 3 task has been verified, you may now proceed to the next achievement task.

You have been upvoted by @whitestallion and I’m voting with the Steemit Community Curator @steemcurator03 account to support the newcomers coming into steemit.

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04.05.2021 09:59
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