In this video, Mr Peter Sidorko, the University Librarian of the University of Hong Kong explain the importance of academic integrity. Students are expected to conduct themselves honesty and with integrity. One of the key responsibilities is to assure to credit the materials used to develop the ideas and academic work properly and avoid plagiarism.
In this video, the team won the best student poster award at the poster exhibition, and they are being invited to publish an exclusive feature story in the student e-newspaper. They want to use an infographic to help present their ideas and would like to extend their research to invite the interviewee to share their views on the topic.They are excited about writing for the student e-newspaper, and they are interested to know the ethical and legal issues around the use of information.
In this video, the librarian from the University Librarian of the University of Hong Kong talk about Turnitin. Turnitin is an online text matching software. It offers originality checking on student papers for proper citation or potential plagiarism.
In this video, a team of students have been collecting the various type of information that needed for the exhibition. One of them suggested to show some videos during the exhibition to the public and you found the TV programmes about the cinema development of Hong Kong that was broadcasted in television channels found are extremely useful for the exhibition.
In 7 episodes, Stan Muller teaches you about Intellectual Property! This course introduces you to the concept and importance of intellectual property, and covers copyright, patents, international IP law and problems with intellectual property. By the end of this course, you will be able to:
* Define intellectual property, copyright, patents, and other relevant terms
* Complicate the idea of an intellectual property versus technology binary
* Understand the impact of intellectual property in your daily life and the wider community
* Describe the function of intellectual property from both a consumer and creator perspective