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CLICS

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Learning Objectives

At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
  • Identify copyright, fair use, and public domain information issues.
  • Define plagiarism and identify examples.
  • Identify the need for citing sources in your work.
  • Identify the information needed to create a citation for key types of resources.
  • Be aware of some privacy and security issues when using information technology.
  • Understand some of the issues surrounding the censorship of information and its relationship to the First Amendment.
 
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