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Plagiarism Tutorial

Plagiarism is the lack of attributing intellectual ideas and creative works to their creator.

What Plagiarism Looks Like

Plagiarism includes

  • Submitting someone else's work as your own 
  • Minimally changing someone's work by replacing parts of the work
  • Reusing parts of a previous work (including your own) without citation
  • Stitching together numerous paraphrases from others without credit
  • Citing some but not all sources