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plagiarism!
1.Definition of plagiarism

2.Types of plagiarism

3.How to avoid it (reference)
introduction
University are fundamentally about two things: education and research
Information source: articles, journals and so on
Definition
Reference
'Using or copying the work of others (whether written, printed or in any other form) without proper acknowledgement'
types OF PLAGIARISM
How to avoid it
Harvard System (author-date method) In-text referencing
Referencing systems
oral presentation
-- Jill
references:
Eg:

International students may find adapting to a British Higher Education environment especially difficult. Macqueen acknowledges this, by stressing that 'there are many who are experiencing cultural differences, homesickness and a sense of personal isolation, whilst at the same time trying to meet all the requirements of their courses'.
(1) (or 1)

The source of the quotation will be given as a footnote at the bottom of the same page, usually under a line to show that it is separate from the text on the page, eg:


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1.Chris Macqueen, Getting Ahead in Tertiary Study, Sydney: UNSW Press, 1998, p.6
University web sites:
http://www.essex.ac.uk/plagiarism
http://www.essex.ac.uk/plagiarism/docs/Plagiarism and how to avoid it 2009.pdf
http://www.essex.ac.uk/myskills/referencing/referencingSkills.asp

Monash University
http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/writing/index.xml

Carroll, C.J. & Appleton, A.J. (2001), "Plagiarism A Good Practice Guide"
Footnotes and Endnotes
Research: explore further knowledge in your subject
Standing on the shoulders of giants
Citation and Quotation
Plagiarism
Common knowledge
Collusion and collaboration
International students
1.Copy other's idea or work as your own
2.Submit the same piece of work for two different assignments
3.Work collaboratively but submit as your own work, without admission in advance
4.Submit as your work that some other students have done for you
1.Note-taking skills
2.Citing and quoting correctly
3.Referencing
"always insert quotation marks".."around any phrases or sentences taken directly from the writing or speech of others"
1)The IELTS corpus, consisting of 20 Task 2 rubrics, came from both publicly available IELTS specimen materials(UCLES, 1996)
information + (author, date)

2)Weigle (2002)i in her recent work on writing test design suggests that the authenticity of writing tasks needs to be understood primarily in terms of "genre" (p.96)
author (date) + verb + information

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