When is it appropriation vs copying?
Otis College defines Plagiarism as:
All ideas, arguments, and phrases, submitted without attribution to other sources must be the creative product of the student. Thus, all text passages taken from the works of other authors (published or unpublished) must be properly cited. The same applies to paraphrased text, opinions, data, examples, illustrations, and all other creative work. Violations of this standard constitute plagiarism.
If you suspect Plagiarism, complete the Academic Misconduct Complaint form.
Information Literacy is one of the 5 WSCUC core competencies:
"Otis graduates will be able to assemble, evaluate, and ethically use information from diverse sources to accomplish a specific purpose."
Media Literacy = the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and create media.
Visual Rhetoric = theoretical framework describing how visual images communicate meaning