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Plagiarism

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Diane Dalrymple

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of Plagiarism

...you
took
the words right out of my mouth - literally.

Plagiarism
What
is
plagiarism?
plagiarism, n.
1. The action or practice of taking someone
else's work, idea, etc., and passing it off as
one's own; literary theft.


"Plagiarism." Oxford English Dictionary.
March 2013. n. pag. Oxford
English Dictionary. Web. 24
May, 2013.
What
isn't
plagiarism?
The Use of:
Personal Opinions
Common Knowledge
Original Research
When do people
plagiarize
?
Unintentional
Lack of skills/knowledge
Failure to cite
Failure to use quotation marks
Excessive quoting

Intentional
Buy a project
Copy & Paste
Use of your own work product
in multiple classes
How do I
avoid
plagiarism?
Be
organized
!
Set
goals
for completing each part of the
project; such as: outline, rough draft,
final product

Create your Works Cited/Bibliography
page
as you work
Know
your assignment!
Ask
questions!
Ask:
Your Professor
Your Librarian
Your Writing/Communications Center Staff
Your
Work -
Your
Voice!
All
of the following need to be documented:
Quotations
: word-for-word passage copied
from a source
Paraphrasing
: rewording an author's
comments into your own words
Summarizing
: a broad overview of
a(n) author's main idea(s)
Know what the professor is asking you to do
Know what citation style you are required to use
Know the time frame -
when everything is due
Navigating plagiarism in an academic setting.
McKenzie, Jim, creator. "Before He Cheats - A Teacher
Parody." YouTube. 4 June 2007. Web. 15 May 2012.
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