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Giving credit to someone's work you use by clearly stating their name, title of the work, the year it was made, and a hyperlink.
Giving credit to the person who create the work.
An opinion or linking that does not let one be fair; prejudice.
A quotation from or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in a scholarly work.
To refer to and acknowledge (a source) in writing or speaking.
A use in connection with a business this is usually for profit.
Protects your control over creative work you make so that people must get your permission before they copy, share, or preform your work.
Creative Commons License
Lets you dictate how others may use your work; allows you to keep your copyright but allows others to copy and distribute your work provided they give you credit and only on the conditions that you specify.
A kind of copyright that makes it easier for people to copy, share, and build on your creative work, as long as they give you your credit for it.
Any idea or artistic creation that is recorded in some form, whether it's hard copy or digital.
The ability to use a small amount of copyrighted work without permission, but they only in certain ways and in specific situations (schoolwork education, news reporting, criticizing or commenting on something, and comedy/parody.
A clear way to define the copyright of your creative work so people know how it can be used.
A monopoly granted by the U. S. Patent office for a limited time to the creator of a new invention.
Stealing copyrighted work by downloading or copying it in order to keep, sell, or give it away without permission and without paying.
An online tool that searches the Internet to check for duplicated content/material.
The practice of taking/copying someone else's work or idea and using that work as your own.
Copying, "lifting", or making slight changes to some or all of someone else's work and saying you created it.
Creative work that is not copyrighted and therefore free to you to use however you want.
A person or company that publishes books or periodicals.
A person or thing that gives information.
Group of lines forming the basic recurring metrical unit in a poem.
Word or symbol used to identify a product or service in a marketplace.
Behavior that is improper and not morally accepted.
A list of sources that you quoted or mentioned in a paper you wrote.
An online journal that may be personal or topical and that can be read by the general public.
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