Although there are many forms of intellectual property, in school we are mostly be concerned with writing, art, photography, and music.
Everyone has the right to his or her own intellectual property.
We will work hard to be sure that we aren't violating that right.
We will guard against plagiarism and give credit to sources when we use someone's intellectual property for research.
You will concentrate on creating your own intellectual property.
Violating intellectual property rights is one of the forms of academic dishonesty that is not tolerated at RSMS. Refer to your planner for the description and the penalties.
Use your Elements of Language textbook: Refer to pages 693 for paraphrasing vs. plagiarism and page 861 for information about copyright protection.
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