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Month: November 2016

How to Live in the Era of the Information Renaissance

How to Live in the Era of the Information Renaissance

The key to living in the era of the information renaissance is to soak up every learning opportunity like a sponge. The saturation of information is at the center of every person who wants to have continual growth and improvement. Information renaissance is a term coined by Jay Edwin Gillette, Ph. D.,  “My way to characterize the context of our era is that it is ‘a knowledge society driven by an information economy,’” said Gillette in his report Leadership for the…

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Plagiarism in the work of a Scientist

Plagiarism in the work of a Scientist

  Plagiarism in the work of a scientist, young student, or future First Lady of the United States is just wrong. It is also theft, lying, and impersonation at its highest degree. Plagiarism is not simply a matter of taking what someone wrote and writing the same thing, but a matter of personal integrity. When one plagiarizes they put their entire reputation on the line.  A reputation can take years to rebuild because of one mistake, and in the eyes…

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