Don't Steal Copyrighted Stuff!: Avoiding Plagiarism and Illegal Internet Downloading
Author Ann Graham Gaines explains how to put together a great report, without plagiarizing or illegally downloading copyrighted materials. From giving proper credit for other people's words and ideas, to obtaining the proper permission to use photographs, art, music, and videos from the Internet, Gaines shows readers how to avoid these common problems associated with researching and writing reports.
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