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AFRS 113A: University Writing

Dr. Glocke. Course guide to information methods and resources.

Information has Value

Information provides a medium for acquiring and building knowledge (i.e. we implicitly know).  It therefore has value, and requires that we diligently:

  • Evaluate information for its appropriateness to our specific needs
  • Know and respect the rights of authors and creators
  • Work within the limits granted to users
  • Use and support trusted sources of information
  • Give credit (attribution) when incorporating others' ideas, words, images, etc. into our own works.

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