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  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Denise"] Wow! Our 1-strike was a guy and a gal unchaperoned. Missing citations was a specific paper issue, unless egregious ... then off to the dean's office. For the professors, old missing citations was water under the bridge ... but a wrong Biblical interpretation, and they were nailed from the denomination (plus college, of course)
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sat, Feb 17 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Francis"]I do think that plagiarism is a reflection of deeper problems which we must all take to heart. One way to bring it back to Logos is to reflect on our own use of sources and personal ethics.[/quote] agreed. A friend of mine is an aspiring author, has been published, and was told if he wants to do well he must publish something every
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sat, Feb 17 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Cynthia in Florida"] [quote user="Kevin A Lewis"] [quote user="Cynthia in Florida"] I have to agree. If I am writing a paper for one of my college classes and I am even closely taking words, or for that matter, ideas FROM the words, of another, even if I do "scramble them up" a bit, I still put my source. I'd rather OVER source credit than
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sat, Feb 17 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Michael Childs"] I do not think it that amazing that two scholars independently defining a term such as “adoption” should both have one sentence that similar. Take a group of 10 scholars and ask them to define a common term, and you could probably accuse at least five of them of plagiarism on one sentence or the other. I think
    Posted to General by abondservant on Mon, Feb 12 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    Heard back from them today. In my initial email I asked to be put in contact with the apropriate person that would determine whether or not a thing is plagiarism. God a reply from the editorial director. She said she would be the one to look into such things, and she'd be happy to evaluate it. So I sent the quotes, book titles, and page numbers to her
    Posted to General by abondservant on Mon, Feb 12 2018
  • Re: Sermon Archive Sale Ends When?

    [quote user="DAL"] [quote user="abondservant"] I think you'll like Chandler. I've been able to see him preach a number of times. It was always good. [/quote] Chandler is too chit-chatty for my taste. Besides, his sermons are plain manuscripts with no actual outlines or divisions. It’s kind of hard to follow that way. I’ve seen some of his
    Posted to General by abondservant on Mon, Feb 12 2018
  • Re: Sermon Archive Sale Ends When?

    [quote user="DAL"] Anyway continuing with my own conversation with my own self 😁 (good for Meditation purposes). I went ahead and got three of the sermon archives so we’ll see how they are (Keller, Laurie and Chandler). The sale could end tonight at midnight for thar matter; so no need to know when it ends anymore. 👍😁👌 DAL [/quote] I would
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sat, Feb 10 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Gary Osborne"] [quote user="JT (alabama24)"][quote user="Gary Osborne"]Is it a violation of the letter of the law? Sure. But is it really prudent? I can't see how it would be.[/quote] That's because it wasn't YOUR work which was stolen! [/quote] How do you know it hasn't happened to me? I'll just say this and let it go: If it were my work
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sat, Feb 10 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="David Ames"]Also does changing some of the words count or protect? [/quote] Changing SOME of the words makes the plagiarism WORSE! It is a deliberate misappropriation. There are different levels of plagiarism, but it is still the theft of someone's work. I can understand how someone who is working on a writing
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sat, Feb 10 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    I suppose its up to IVP now. I messaged them earlier. The auto-reply says it could take 2-3 days to get back to me.
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Bobby Terhune"] abondservant, i don’t think Douglas agreed with you on the plagiarism issue. I would consider it at least a stretch in this particular case. [/quote] Suspect it matters more what Knobloch thinks than whomever you mean by Douglas. In any event of the four types it arguably meets the criteria for two, and definitely
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] [quote user="Everett Headley"] I would say a footnote is the minimum here. [/quote] While now I know... I do not intentionally use others words but I think of poor Dorthy Parker 'You can lead a horticulture but you can't make her think'? She didn't credit Old English Homilies for 'You can lead a horse to water, but you can
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Jonathan Ray"] This all brings up an idea. It might be nice to have some sort of tool somewhere (but probably not in LOGOS itself) to report plagiarism. Faithlife could then forward the examples to the proper publishing editors. Doing so would allow editors to do updates to articles like these or even commentaries without us posting examples
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="Denise"] Hmmm. I hope I don’t offend, but the example, I haven’t seen that unusual. I’ve seen pretty decent chunks of word-for-word, almost always between a commentary and monograph (different authors). I guess I’m a little comfortable with a little copying (not me of course)? [/quote]No offense taken. It just surprised
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Re: Plagiarism?

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Ronald Quick"] The one resource does list the other in its bibliography at the end of the article. [/quote] which means... it’s still plagiarism. [/quote] That was my thinking too. Its unfortunate. Its probably some silly oversight. But, i feel like they need to release an updated version that adds "according
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Plagiarism?

    In my sermon prep I came across these two resources that have strikingly similar definitions. Wanted to see what you guys think. I'll post the older one first, then the newer one (by the date on the resource info page). I'm pretty sure it wouldn't fly if it were submitted without citation in a seminary paper. [quote]The creation of a kinship relationship
    Posted to General by abondservant on Fri, Feb 9 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    Thanks! Pre-ordered.
    Posted to General by abondservant on Wed, Nov 29 2017
  • Re: Birthday Credits?

    what boxes must be checked? and where do we go to verify that we are still signed up?a My birthday is in december.
    Posted to General by abondservant on Sun, Nov 19 2017
  • Re: Removing Platinum from Library and Searches afte r Trial

    5 digit library holder here. I did this, and it took a good bit of time. BUT I had a ton of temporary liscenses. Only a few hundred from platinum, but a whole trial set of mobile ed stuff... ~10gb iirc deleted off my m.2. drive.
    Posted to General by abondservant on Thu, Nov 16 2017
  • Re: Daily Deals

    fecebook
    Posted to General by abondservant on Thu, Nov 16 2017
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