One more thing … remember that your test will go through turnitin.com, which c

One more thing … remember that your test will go through turnitin.com, which checks for plagiarism. I want to know how well you process this information, not how well you can copy and paste. Obviously, I’m not worried that certain sections of text will be identical (the directions, titles, etc will be the same for all of you), but I shouldn’t see any similarity matches in your answers to content that’s out there. A very easy way to avoid plagiarism when you have the source in front of you is to read it, think about it, put that material away, and then write down what you think about it. If it’s sitting right next to you, it becomes really easy to “accidentally” copy the material or paraphrase really poorly. That’ll be a problem. So have it there, but put it out of your view when you’re writing about it. Hope that helps! Additionally, you may only use the materials available for the class. In other words, I don’t want to see anything that you’ve found via internet searches.

One more thing … remember that your test will go through turnitin.com, which c
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