Edward, Tufte, Yale University professor emeritus of computer science, statistics and political science; leader in the field of Visualization Design
Accuracy of and Attribution for Content are the Corner Stones of ALL
Multimedia Educational Projects/Presentations !
Trails Category: Use Information responsibly, ethically, and legally
21st Century Learner Std: 1.3.1
Common Core: CC6-8WH/SS/S/TSB
Trails Objective: Given options for incorporating an author's work into one's own paper, the learner will identify the way to include the author's work without plagiarizing
You find a photo on the Internet that you would like to include in your report. What is the proper way to use this photo?
CHOOSE ONE ANSWER
X Cite the photo and include in your list of sources (72% correct)
___Copy and paste the photo into your paper.
___Include a title for the photo in your paper
___Edit the photo to make it your own.
If a questions arises as to the credibility of a source (or the authority of a source is unfamiliar), search:
1) a specialized reference source
2) database source
3) Google Advanced Search
A. IMAGE: PHOTOGRAPHS, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS
Last name, First name of Creator or Collection/location
B. DATA SETS: STATISTICS, GRAPHS, TABLES
"Title of data set, graph, table"
Agency/organization that compiled data
"Title of piece"
Last name, First name of musician/group/composer
Last name, First name of Creator or Organization
ALL Informational Multimedia Projects must include either a List of Credits or a List of Works Cited
To be determined by: The INSTRUCTOR and/or COMPETITION RULES
Less Formal Projects: List of Credits @ End
More Formal Projects: List of Works Cited (MLA Format for complete citations)