MESSAGE TO STUDENTS AND CONTRACT/ESSAY MILL WRITERS
The FIU Student Conduct and Honor Code define plagiarism as “The deliberate use and appropriation of another’s work without any indication of the source and the representation of such work as the Student’s own.” Submitting the work of someone else as your own work is plagiarism. This is a serious instance of Academic Misconduct by the student. In Florida, Essay Mill/Contract Cheating sellers are in violation of Florida Statute 877.17: “It shall be unlawful for any person or business entity to sell, offer to sell, or advertise for sale any term paper, thesis, dissertation, essay, or report” Read more.
DIRECTORY OF STUDENT BLOGS
Miami as Text student reflections are available to read online. We thank the individuals and institutions that annually welcome us. The Miami as Text Directory is viewable here.
MIAMI AS TEXT
Miami as Text is the world as seen by the students of John William Bailly of the FIU Honors College at Florida International University. The project provides authentic reflections through a juxtaposition of image and text. Neighborhood by neighborhood, place by place, object by object, young people respond with praise and criticism to The Magic City. In addition, Miami as Text projects see young Miamians journey across España, France, and Italia and reflect upon Western Europe with a unique Miami perspective.
These are not diaries or summaries of experiences. Miami as Texts projects are academic reflections that see students utilize a personal experience in a place as a starting point to reflect on a broader social, cultural, or historical issue. Andrea Sofia R. Matos’s Miami as Text reflections are the embodiment of this engagement and every student should read her blog prior to creating their own.
EDITORS AND LAST UPDATE
John William Bailly 30 July 2022
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