As educators, we often assume that students understand plagiarism and they understand how to avoid it. But, do they? And do we discuss it enough? or design our courses in a way that avoids the greatest pitfalls of plagiarism?
The reference is not dead — it is exploding to encompass the full spectrum of research outputs from lines of code to video frames, explains Mark Hahnel.
Data are the bedrock of a paper and come in myriad forms; for instance, videos for research on cell motility or biomechanics, or code for climate or epidemiology models. Scholars are increasingly sharing these sorts of raw data through repositories such as the Dryad Digital Repository and GenBank, which allow for the citation of data sets, videos, genetic sequences and other such files that publishers often struggle to accommodate.
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