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ISAIL Standard 3

Learning Target: I can cite print and nonprint sources in a properly formatted bibliography.

What do I need to know?

When we use sources (such as books, articles, quotes, images, or ideas) from other people to help create our own products, it is important to give them credit to avoid plagiarism.

Why do I need to cite sources?

This helps us be good digital citizens by demonstrating ethical behavior and following the law. It is an expectation to give other people credit for their ideas. Also, when our readers/viewers see we have used sources from experts, it gives credibility to our own work.



Watch below to learn about plagiarism and what you can do to avoid plagiarizing work.


Access our district resource to create a bibliography of the sources you use

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