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Transcript of Plagiarism
What is Plagiarism?
Test Your Knowledge
Plagiarism is when an individual or entity either knowingly or unknowingly copies another individual's or entities' work
5 Types of Plagiarism
Plagiarism of Words: Use of another's exact words
Plagiarism of Structure: Changing arrangement of words is still plagiarizing!
Plagiarism of idea: Submitting a paper without citing another's ideas.
Plagiarism of authorship: Submitting the exact paper of someone else.
Plagiarism of self: Resubmitting your own paper for a different class.
How can I stop myself from plagiarizing?
Cite your sources with these links:
These sites are plagiarism checkers:
Further questions? Check here:
Click on the tools tab of Google Docs
Search any website or picture and it will be cited
This link will take you to a game to test your knowledge:
Control the character with your
arrow keys. Select T (true) or F (false) to each question. You will receive one point per correct question. If the dragon hits you, you will lose one point. Good luck!