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Title: IDS4930 Literacy Lab 7: Case in Point
Series Title: IDS4930: Introduction to Information Resources
Physical Description: Course Material
Creator: Johnson, Margeaux
Craig, Cindy
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Abstract: In this literacy lab you will use the discussion board in Sakai (http://lss.at.ufl.edu) to debate an ethics case study. Use the knowledge from our class lecture, the plagiarism game, and our in class discussion
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Case In Point OVERVIEW In this literacy lab you will use the discussion board in Sakai ( http://lss.at.ufl.edu ) to debate an ethics case study. Use the knowledge from our class lecture, the plagiarism game, and our in class discussion. DUE DATE This discussion requires an initial post and a respons e post. Your initial post is due by Friday 10/12 at 11:55PM Your second post is d ue by Mo nday 10/15 11:55 PM LAB DIRECTIONS 1. Log into our course site on Sakai, go to the discussion boards, and find the Case in Point discussion. 2. Read the 2 case stud ies and form an opinion based on our course lecture and discussion. 3. Post an initial reaction to the questions outlined in the case study. 4. Respond to your classmates reactions using the information from class to justify your dec isions. GRADING RUBRIC Percent of grade/ Total possible points: CRITERIA POINTS Initial response: Critically evaluates the situation and provides thoughtful responses based on information from class (2 points) Response is complete, well written and free of grammatical errors. 3 Responses to at least 2 classmates on the discussion board use information from class to explain/ justify decisions. 1 TOTAL 4