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Plagiarism, Turnitin & Harvard Referencing
Transcript of Plagiarism, Turnitin & Harvard Referencing
Harvard Business Referencing
What is Plagiarism?
What is Plagiarism?
Plagiarism is the practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own.
How does ISME check Plagiarism?
Harvard Referencing Style
Parenthetical or Harvard referencing style is one of the most commonly used referencing system today.
How to use Harvard Style Referencing
International School Of Management & Economics
How we check for Plagiarism (Turnitin)?
How to Avoid Plagiarism?
(Oxford English Dictionary 2nd ed., s.v. "plagiarism").
Different Types of Plagiarism
1.) Verbatim plagiarism - If you copy language word-for-word from another source and use that language in your paper, you are plagiarizing verbatim.
2.) Mosaic plagiarism - If you copy bits and pieces from a source (or several sources), changing a few words here and there without either adequately paraphrasing or quoting directly
3.) Inadequate paraphrase - When you paraphrase, your task is to distill the source's ideas in your own words
4.) Uncited paraphrase - When you use your own language to describe someone else's idea, that idea still belongs to the author of the original material
5.) Uncited quotation - When you put source material in quotation marks in your essay, you are telling your reader that you have drawn that material from somewhere else
Using material from another student's work
Adapted from Harvard Guide to Using Sources (http://isites.harvard.edu)
Exception to Plagiarism
How to Avoid it
Widely known facts
Ideas & Interpretations are not widely known FACTS
Use proper reference system
Keep your own writing and your sources separate
Dont Copy & PASTE
Dont COPY your Friend's Work
Understand what you are doing!!!
Please visit : http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k70847&pageid=icb.page342057
There is whole book available online from Harvard
What is TURNITIN?
Its an online plagiarism checking tool
It checks your paper from :
250 million papers
Some others : Chicago Style
There are 2 main components to HSR:
Now you know referencing is important to:
"Acknowledge the original author of an idea or Inference"
"To authenticate your source of information"
Michael E. Porter, (1980), competitive Strategy, New York, FIRST FREE PRESS.
Full Reference list:
Rules & Formats
Summarizing the content:
In-text citation - e.g: Henry, (2004) insists that girls are wiser.
For multiple authors:
In-text citation - e.g: Ford and Hood, (1999) emphasize the need to sleep 8 hours a day.
Use double quotes("")
MUST include page reference
Any Changes from original MUST be Depicted
Provide clarifications/Notifications using square brackets 
Rules & Formats
E.g: "competitive advantage has stirred its share of controversy[critics]" porter, (1980), p xiii.
Lets TRY it now
Citing Books & Journal Articals
Citing Thesis & Unpublished Work
USING MS WORD
Full details are given to you in the training document
Microsoft word makes it simple & easy to use implement HSR
Lets Try its NOW!!!