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Plagarism and Citations

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amanda heins

on 16 April 2015

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Transcript of Plagarism and Citations

Citations and Outline
True or False
I can use their wording without a citation.
If I am paraphrasing, I do not need to cite it.
Plagiarism is only something you do on purpose.
I only need to cite in the final draft.
Pop "Quiz"
You should have citations in your outline.
They are part of your evidence sentences and they ensure that you will not leave them out later.
If you do not have them in the outline you must add them in for the first draft.
Citations and Plagiarism
Citations are an important part of avoiding plagiarism.
You must cite IDEAS. You are not only citing quotes or exact wordings, etc.
Any idea that did not originate with you needs a citation.
If there is not a citation it is plagiarism.
General rule
Not more than two of the same words in same order in a paraphrase.
Only use words you yourself would ordinarily use.
Word for Word (Verbatim)
Unacknowledged Quote
Lifting Phrases
Copying Sentence Structure
Missing Citation
Plagiarism is using others’ ideas and words without clearly acknowledging the source of that information.
Plagiarism and Citations
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