Plagiarism (And How to Avoid It)
Briefly defined, plagiarism is using the work of someone else without giving credit. The consequences of plagiarism can be severe, but it's easy to avoid plagiarism if you take time to learn the rules.
Read the Clark College English Department Statement on Plagiarism for a definition of plagiarism and its consequences.
Learn more about avoiding plagiarizing by following the resources listed below.
Recommended websites for learning about plagiarism
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|APA Style - American Psychological Association||Tutorials for learning APA Style.||more...|
|CBE Style Form Guide||Guide based on Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers, 7th edition (2006).||more...|
|Plagiarism: What Every Student Needs to Know||
Plagiarism guidelines from the IRIS tutorials.
|Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Recognize and Avoid It||
Examples of plagiarism from the Indiana University Writing Tutorials series.
Easy, fun game with good plagiarism lessons.