Answered By: Nicole Santiago Last Updated: May 03, 2023 Views: 2
Answered By: Nicole Santiago
Last Updated: May 03, 2023 Views: 2
Responsible and ethical use of information is foundational to a successful teaching, learning, and research community. Not only does it promote an environment of trust and respect, it also facilitates intellectual conversations and inquiry. Citing your sources shows your expertise and assists others in their research by enabling them to find the original material. It is unfair and wrong to claim or imply that someone else’s work is your own.