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Ethical Use of Information: Home

This subject guide provides access to the Library's key resources covering aspects of literacies essential for the 21st century.

Welcome

Plagiarism is using another persons ideas, thoughts, language or expression as ones' own without acknowledging them (Wikipedia).

Plagiarism is a violation of academic integrity, whether intentional or unintentional it is a disciplinary offence.

Therefore, to avoid plagiarism citing sources is important hence acknowledge authors, link your work to the original source and create a reference list. 

 

 

 

It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.


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It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership
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Unisa Policy on Academic Integrity

The policy provide good practice, disciplinary rules.

It covers aspects related to examination data gathering, presentation of results, referencing and writing required at a university level. 

 

Copyright and Licensing of material in this guide

Always check the conditions of use if you are using any material contained in this guide beyond the provisions of fair dealing as outlined in section 12 of the South African Copyright Act No 98 of 1978.

Please check the Creative Commons Licenses for conditions of use or remixing should you be using Open Educational Resources (OER).

Disclaimer

Due to contractual and licensing agreements, access to some content may be restricted to the Unisa community.

Inclusion in this LibGuide does not imply University nor library endorsement of any ideas expressed.

 

21st century Literacies

The above sourced from  All things learning-WordPress - Educational Literacy for the 21st Century  illustrates the essential 21st Century literacies and fluencies. 

Literacy in its broadest sense is an ever-evolving topic as you will see as you read more:

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