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Avoiding Plagiarism

This Duke University website defines exactly what plagiarism is, and how to avoid it to ensure ethical speaking. The site also provides links to citing and research guides.

http://library.duke.edu/research/plagiarism/

Credo for Ethical Communication

This document contains the National Communication Association's public statement and principles of ethical communication.

http://tinyurl.com/afku9qd

EasyBib

EasyBib is a fast way to finish your citations. All you need is some information from your source, like the author, date of publication, edition, etc., and EasyBib will put the citation together for you. MLA citations are free of charge, and APA and Chicago style are available for a fee.

http://www.easybib.com

 

Ethical Public Speaking

In this slideshare presentation you can read about how to take responsibility for your words. According to the slideshow, you can take responsibility by earning your listener’s trust, respecting your listener’s values, and bringing your own values into focus.

 

http://www.slideshare.net/ProfessorEvans/chp-5-ethical-public-speaking

 

Ethical Speaking

Here is a brief slideshow presentation of ethical speaking. The slideshow explains the importance of ethics, and gives examples of different kinds of plagiarism.

 

http://www.urbandaleschools.com/uploads/users/longfellowa/ethical_speaking.pdf

 

Ethics and Public Speaking

This McGraw-Hill pdf focuses on the importance of ethical speaking in public. The pdf covers guidelines for ethical speaking, guidelines for ethical listening, and plagiarism.

 

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0073385158/638077/Chapter_2.pdf

 

Ethics in Public Speaking

Here, Dr. Stephen D. Boyd offers six tips on speaking with ethics. Some of these tips include respecting the time of your audience, choosing topics that are consistent with your personal beliefs, and basing your conclusions on clear evidence.

 

http://journalism.uoregon.edu/~tbivins/J496/readings/SPEECHES/speaking.pdf

 

NSA Code of Ethics

The National Speaking Association offers a descriptive guide on how to speak ethically. There are seven articles, each explaining a different aspect to ethical speaking.

 

http://www.mynsa.org/INSIDENSA/policies/codeofethics.aspx

 

Plagiarism

This page describes five different types of plagiarism, and offers examples of each type. Some of the kinds of plagiarism you can read about are copy and paste plagiarism, word switch plagiarism, style plagiarism, metaphor plagiarism, and idea plagiarism.

 

http://ww2.valdosta.edu/~cbarnbau/personal/teaching_MISC/plagiarism.htm

 

Research and Citation Resources

Purdue Owl is a great guide for many types of citations. This site covers MLA, APA and Chicago style citations.

 

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/

 

What is Ethics?

Visit this page for a better understanding of ethics. The site explains the ethics of various settings, like bioethics, business ethics, campus ethics, and more.

 

http://www.scu.edu/ethics/practicing/decision/whatisethics.html

   
   
   
   
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