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Plagiarism

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D.S. Apfelbaum

on 28 October 2013

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Get Organized! May January February March April 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Credits: This tutorial has been adapted from "Avoiding Plagiarism: Mastering the Art Scholarship" available at
http://www.nyit.edu/images/uploads/featuredcontent/MasteringScholarship.pdf. Use Campus Resources! Writing Centers What is Plagiarism? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, to plagiarize means "to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own" or to "use (another's production) without crediting the source." There are two types of plagiarism: intentional & unintentional. What Are the Consequences of Plagiarizing? How do I avoid Plagiarism? SPRING 2013 Still Have Questions? Plagiarism Know Your Style What It Is & How To Avoid It NYIT Libraries Review! Re-do the assignment. Fail the assignment. Fail the course. Get expelled. P P P P Intentional Plagiarism I'll just copy & paste this paragraph right into my paper. My professor will never know the difference. I'll just change a few words in this paragraph and put it in my paper. My professor will never know the difference. I don't have time to write this paper. I'll just buy one off the Internet. I don't have time for this assignment. I'll just hand in a paper I wrote last semester. My professor will never know it's not new. Unintentional Plagiarism Oh, no! I forgot to add quotation marks! Oh, no! I forgot to put one of my sources in my Works Cited list! Intentional plagiarism occurs when you knowlingly attempt to pass off another person's work, ideas, or research as your own. Plagiarism also includes passing off existing work as new and original work. Unintentional plagiarism occurs when you unknowingly fail to acknowledge a source properly. This type of plagiarism can most often be attributed to:
human error. The easiest way to avoid unintentionally plagiarizing is to get organized! At the start of the semester, read your class syllabus. Record the due dates for each research assignment in your calendar. Identify major tasks leading to your completed research assignment (e.g., brainstorming, outlining, gathering sources). Assign completion dates to these tasks and put them on your calendar. Organize your research materials as you gather them. Keep print materials in a folder or binder. Manage your citations and documents in REFWORKS. Cite as you write! Review the in-text citation standards for your citation style before you begin to paraphrase or quote others' work in your research assignment. nyit.edu/writing_center/ nyit.edu/library FCWR 101
PAPER DUE:
4/25/2013 FCIQ 101
PAPER DUE:
4/29/2013 FCIQ 101:
Brainstorm,
2/5/2013 FCWR 101:
Brainstorm,
2/6/2013 FCIQ 101:
Outline,
2/20/2013 FCWR 101:
Outline,
2/21/2013 Don't know which style to use? Check your syllabus or ask your professor! Different disciplines utilize different citation styles. Here are just a few... a misunderstanding (or a lack of understanding) about what constitutes plagiarism, poor organizational skills, and EMAIL: askalibrarian@nyit.edu
CHAT: http://www.nyit.edu/library/chat
TEXT: (516) 324-2928
CALL:
Wisser Library (516) 686-7657
Manhattan Library (212) 261-1526
NYCOM Library (616) 686-3743
Education Hall Library (516) 686-7579 Gather sources for FCIQ 101 by 3/5/2013
Gather sources for FCWR 101 by 3/6/2013
Complete all interlibrary loan requests by 3/10/2013 Research Schedule FCIQ 101:
Write Paper,
4/1 - 4/7 FCWR 101:
Write Paper,
4/7 -4/14
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