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GEB4891 Chandler Arlene: Home

This guide is designed for students in Professor Arlene Green's online Strategic Planning course. Libguides are intended to provide access to key library resources and starting points for further research related to course content.

Research Session Presentation

Plagiarism

What is plagiarism?

"The act of claiming someone else's work as your own."

Remember: Everything you find has been created by someone else.

Here are some examples of plagiarism:

Failing to cite when you copy and paste

Failing to cite when you reword what someone else has said or written

Failing to cite when you take information from the Web

Reusing a paper that you have written in another course (self-plagiarism)

 

Plagiarism and APA