Sauk Valley Community College

Humanities 210

HUM 210 Intro Instructions

The materials and information for this course may be reached by clicking on the links to the left.

Be sure to read the Preface and Syllabus before you click on anything else. Most questions will be answered by these two pages. (It's a good idea to print them off and save.)

After reading the Syllabus, the next thing you should do is explore WebCT and read about how to submit assignments and quizzes.


Plagiarism and HUM 210

Plagiarizing is a legal issue. In the world of work it can result in fines, law suits, loss of one's job, loss of income, and disgrace. In the world of education, using someone else's ideas or work as your own is a serious offense and can have serious consequences (like flunking!). But often students plagiarize without realizing it. Here's a neat, self-scoring quiz for you to take to see if you really know what is plagiarism (like paraphrasing without giving credit with an in-text citation) and what isn't (like paraphrasing and then giving credit with an in-text citation). Please take it before continuing.

Link:The Plagiarism Self Assessment



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