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2. Expected Learning Outcomes
In order to avoid plagiarism, after going through an online information literacy tutorial or an exercise, all students will be able to...
Note: See also slide shows for 1-unit undergraduate IL course class session on plagiarism and citing sources.
Exercise--in-class or homework (5-10 min.)
Ask students to complete "Which is Which" exercise. (See "Exercises and Handouts" tab for copy of exercise.)
Video and Game--in-class (5-10+ min.)
As a small group exercise:
As a large group exercise:
WARNING! Be sure to check results with MLA and APA official styles to be sure they are accurate and up to date--e.g., 6th edition of APA Citation Style (2009)
Note: Links above are to archived copies of exercise pages in the Internet Archive, as the "Road to Research" is temporarily unavailable as of 16 Sep 2015 due to revision work on the UCLA Social Sciences Computing Center's website.
In addition, this tutorial has not been maintained by the UCLA Library since Summer 2011, and some portions may be out of date. It is used here as an example.