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A reminder that that deadline for edits on the
... you MUST hyperlink to all your edited pages from your Analysis and Reflection page to ensure evaluation
Do note we are aware of at least three pages in the 300/333 wikis that are examples of plagiarism at present. We are
warning the individuals responsible. You are individually responsible for being aware of and conforming to UTM rules on academic honesty, as specified in the calendar and in the course outline. You have until Friday to ensure your contributions are legal.
allowed to cut and paste text from the Internet and claim it as your own. Proper contextual references (e.g., specific references embedded in the text when ideas/facts are cited, clearly associated with the works cited/bibliography section) are essential. See Wikipedia.org featured articles for a powerful and correct citation style, or use other styles you're familiar with - but every citation style does contextual references properly.
allowed to recycle assignments already submitted in other courses. Both this and cut and paste jobs are usually pretty obvious - and since the Wiki is open to all, both are often caught by others and reported to us. (Any tips on potentially plagiarized content are welcome and will be treated as anonymous and confidential.)
allowed (and encouraged) to edit pages started by others. If what you're editing turns out to be a problem, it's the original author's problem, not yours - all edits are traceable to individuals.
If you have any questions regarding the legality of your contribution, ask them. You will severely regret your intellectual laziness and dishonesty when caught. All this noted, most of you need
freak out about this - if you've written original content citing sources you've referenced, you're perfectly fine. I suspect the vast majority of you fall into this category.
Edits for the A3 Project team wikis to be completed by Monday Dec 4
Final Reflection Question
for A2 Wiki is now posted .. please respond as the last class activity
* The final test (25%) is this
Thursday Dec 7.
For review and notes, go to the
Final Exam Review Page
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Congratulations! The course is almost over, and the test is done. Give your
on the test and maybe if we complain enough, Jones might bellcurve the class ;)
Maverick Jamming Co. Proudly Presents...
An epic 21 minutes of non-stop CNN Breaking News!!!
Informative? HELL NO!
Enlightening? Not so much...
Entertaining? We hope so...
Check out the "Watch CNN Live" Link, only on the
Maverick Jamming Co. Homepage!
The Kimsters proudly present- "Project Naive"
A mini-documentary on the facts of bottled water. Enjoy.
An AllBright and Michelle Film.
Now that you've finished your Culture Jamming assignments, you can submit your work to MediaJam contest hosted by
! Winners will receive monetary prizes!
Nov. 29, 2006:
We are ready to present to you the
documentary about the Fox news network!
Nov. 29, 2006:
COME PARTICIPATE IN THE TAP WATER CHALLENGE!!!
AllBright and Michelle Kim
Nov. 24, 2006:
November 24 and 25, 2006
BUY NOTHING DAY
Nov. 23, 2006
a separate page.
War On Online Poker Addiction, We Dare You To Join!
Nov. 16, 2006:
Click here if you'd like to read it/comment....
Nov. 15. 2006
Nov. 8, 2006
- everyone's feedback is important!
Nov. 7, 2006:
CCT300 - Critical Analysis of Media
Communication Culture and Information Technology
University of Toronto - Mississauga
Sheridan College Insititute of Technology and Advanced Learning
(Prof. Note - I suspect Mr. McCloud would not be all that adverse to people taking a cheaper way to reading his material (and I cannot stop it realisitically...)
However, morally you owe Mr. McCloud at least something - especially if you've gained something from the books (and I know many of you have already...)
I suspect he'd be the kind to appreciate some compensation via a direct micropayment, as he argues towards just that in Reinventing Comics and in later readings. He can be compensated through
and other means - see
his website for other details or to buy his newly released book.
Whatever the case, do not plan to blatantly steal other people's intellectual property - ever. You are all in a field where this can easily happen to you - do you really want to start off on such a poor karmic footing? Sharing has its purpose - stealing never does. Discuss.
Sep 24, 2006
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