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PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2011 7:26 pm    Post subject: need help with some guidelines..... Reply with quote

hi im actually reading the guidelines that my lecturer told me to read on and im confused as to wat the similarities would be for these guidelines..

guidelines are HB171 (AUS) and Electronic Crime Scene Investigation (USA)

from what i read the similarities are quite the same both are all like gathering info and how not to spoil the evidences...


is there anyone out there that can help ?? thanks and appreciated.....
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@daryl_c

I don't know if you've read any other posts on this forum but I think you'll find there is an aversion to answering posts like yours that ask 'Please can you do my homework for me?'

For my part, I do some part time lecturing at the Open University in the UK. If I saw a student of mine posting a question that I had posed and their submitted answer to me contained the text of the response posting (or was even part way close) then I'd score 0 for that work and report them for plagiarism.

University study is about reading - lots of reading, and working it out for yourself, that's the point.

If you want tips on how to compare and contrast two bodies of work then I'm happy to help, but I won't answer the question for you, sorry.

Paul
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