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|5.a||Define plagiarism and academic honesty||Explain Ethical and legal considerations (such as academic honesty, IRB, and copyright) specific to discipline||Demonstrate ethical and legal considerations of attribution, academic honesty, IRB, and copyright (including basic knowledge of fair use, open access, and the public domain)|
|5.b||Describe how citations relate to academic honesty (i.e. why do we cite?)|
|5.c||Identify multiple sources and/or perspectives to support an argument||Select appropriate information to sythesize from multiple sources and/or perspectives||Propose need for new knowledge based on multiple sources and perspectives|
|5.d||Cite sources accurately and consistently using appropriate citation style||Cite sources accurately and consistently using a discipline-specific citation style|
|5.e||Observe use of knowledge in scholarly conversations||Use knowledge to participate in scholarly conversations||Identify opportunities to share findings (social media, open access journals, etc.)|
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