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Free auto-training module on plagiarism and the right to quote

Ce module comporte cinq parties:
- une première définit la notion de plagiat et livre quelques exemples, c'est-à-dire sept pratiques qui peuvent être qualifiées de plagiaires; cette première partie livre aussi des chiffres sur le plagiat et propose les moyens de l'éviter;
- la deuxième partie titrée "Citer correctement ses sources" n'est qu'une suite logique de la première; y sont présentées les règles de la citation et de la paraphrase;
- les trois dernières parties proposent des conseils, un quiz et un résumé à l'utilisateur.

Ce module est offert sous une licence Creative Commons. Il sera utile aussi bien aux étudiants qu'aux formateurs qui pourront s'en servir dans le cadre de l'apprentissage de la culture informationnelle.

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This is an online free module of auto-training about plagiarism and the right to quote. It consists of five parts:
- the first part defines plagiarism and gives some examples, that is to say, seven practices that can be described as plagiarists; this first part gives also some figures on plagiarism and suggests ways to avoid it;
- the second part titled "Quoting your sources correctly" is a logical continuation of the first and contains an overview of the rules of citation and paraphrase;
- the last three sections provide tips, a quiz and a summary to the user.

This module is available under a Creative Commons license. It will be useful to both students and instructors that can use it in learning about information literacy.

Tubechop

Tubechop is an online resource that allows to easily chop a funny or interesting section from any YouTube video and share it via a link, an embed code or through the main social networks. The chopped section can be rated and commented.
This resource can be useful to take out interesting or relevant sections from longer videos and start a discussion also via the possibility to post comments.

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Wolfram Education Portal

The Wolfram Education Portal is a project that provides teachers and students with the opportunity to use dynamic interactive course material developed to enhance the teaching and learning experience. The portal focuses on Maths teaching.
The sign-up is free and allows access to all the resources and courses.
Each course include a dynamic textbook. The chapters and contents within each textbook are enhanced with interactive computable document format (CDF) objects and widgets (CDF is a format containing graphs, charts, plots, objects, etc. that allows real time manipulation for a deeper understanding of the concepts being presented). It is possible to navigate each course through the chapter view which displays all the concepts included in that chapter or through the library view, which allows users to search through the entire collection of lesson plans: chapters, demonstrations and widgets.
The portal also includes additional resources for teachers and students that can access them by visiting the resources page and identifying themselves as a teacher or student. Resources include videos, educational product information, links to CDF and demonstrations as well as direct links toward education communities, newsletter signups and more.

System requirements: 
The signup provide access to the download of the software to use CDF objects.

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