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Plagiarism

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Cameron Morales

on 28 August 2014

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Transcript of Plagiarism

Plagiarism Plague
By: Cameron M., Tony Penfield, Dakota Richardson
Ways to avoid Plagiarism
Examples Of Plagirism
Examples: Typing someones words into your paper without quotes, not citing someone else's work, copying anything that is not yours
What is plagiarism?
1. Paraphrase
2.Cite
3.Quoting
4.Citing Quotes
5.Citing your own material
6.Referancing
Plagiarism is the copy of someone's work
without citing it or giving them credit for it.
Copyright and Fair Use
Copyright is a law that protects anything written from being used without permission.
Fair Use allows you to use copyrighted material for educational use.
No matter anything that you take from someone else is considered plagiarism if not cited or asked permission of.
Citation
Author, Article Name, Website, Publisher info, Date accessed
Quotes around quote is not citing.
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