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WHY CITE?: WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?

INTRODUCTION

And now, I would like to share my favorite quote about plagiarism from OWL Purdue’s “Is It Plagiarism Yet?”  page:

“Bottom line, document any words, ideas, or other productions that originate somewhere outside of you” (2013).

Let’s focus on the “outside of you” part.

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TYPES OF PLAGIARISM WITH EXAMPLES

A DEFINITION OF PLAGIARISM

NOT SURE IF IT IS PLAGIARISM? FOLLOW THE FLOW CHART!

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PLAGIARISM ILLUSTRATED

What Awaits Every Cheater in the Plagiarism Hell? #infographicYou can also find more infographics at Visualistan