EdTech: Referencing and attribution practice for learners
The module explores the practical underpinnings of good attribution and referencing. It looks at how to develop and reinforce the judgement learners need in order to avoid plagiarism. This module pairs with Dealing with plagiarism.
The module shows you good referencing and attribution practice for learners.
After completing the module, you will be able to:
- List and describe the elements of effective referencing and attribution
- Advise, guide and direct learners to develop good judgement in avoiding plagiarism.
Digital Teaching Professional Framework
This module covers the EdTech component - C1b : Creating content
- Create and edit digital content in different formats.
- Express themselves through digital means.
- Modify, refine, improve and integrate information and content into an existing body of knowledge.
- Create new, original and relevant content and knowledge.
- Understand how copyright and licences apply to data, information and digital content.
- Plan and develop a sequence of understandable instructions to solve a given problem or perform a specific task.
- Share data, information and digital content with others through appropriate digital technologies.
- Know about referencing and attribution practices.
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