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Perfect Plagiarism v2 defines the types of errors.

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    • PERFECT FORMULAS AGAINST PLAGIARISM HOW TO COPY CORRECTLY Image courtesy of wallike.com v2 BETA
    • Before You Begin • IDEAS – This refers to any thought that is expressed, arranged or recorded in any form: spoken, written, drawn, carved, etc. • USE or COPY – This refers to the act of using, copying or borrowing ideas from any source. • WORK(S) – This refers to what one writes, arranges, records, or creates. This word is a noun, which is different from the verb work. (The plural form of this word is works.)
    • FORMULA # 01 QUOTE + CITE + REFER Whenever an idea from any source is used in your work(s): 1.1 Use quote marks. [ ] 1.2 Use in-text citation. [ ] HOW HOW This is a short version of the source as listed in the reference list. 1.3 Use a reference list. [ HOW] Note In AiU, APA rules and formats are used.
    • ERROR TYPES 01 QUOTE + CITE + REFER It is plagiarism if you: 1.1 Use quote marks with no citation and/or reference list; 1.2 Use in-text citations with no quote marks and/or reference list; 1.3 Use reference lists with no quote marks and/or in-text citation.
    • QUICK FIXES 01 QUOTE + CITE + REFER For error type: 1.1 Add a citation and/or reference list; 1.2 Add quote marks and/or reference list; 1.3 Add quote marks and/or in-text citation.
    • FORMULA # 02 TRANSLATE + CITE + REFER Whenever an idea from any source is used in your work(s): 2.1 Use paraphrasing techniques. [HOW] 2.2 Use in-text citation. [ HOW] This is a short version of the source as listed in the reference list. 2.3 Use a reference list. [ HOW]
    • ERROR TYPES 02 TRANSLATE + CITE + REFER It is plagiarism if you: 2.1 Paraphrase incorrectly, even if you use citations and/or references; 2.2 Paraphrase correctly and use intext citation but with no reference; 2.3 Paraphrase correctly and use a reference list but with no citation.
    • QUICK FIXES 02 TRANSLATE + CITE + REFER For error type: 2.1 Paraphrase correctly; 2.2 Use references; 2.3 Use citations.
    • FORMULA # 03 CLARIFY + CITE + REFER Whenever an idea from any source is used in your work(s): 3.1 Explain to clarify. [ ] 3.2 Use in-text citation. [ ] HOW HOW This is a short version of the source as listed in the reference list. 3.3 Use a reference list. [ HOW] Note This formula is subject to Formula #01.
    • ERROR TYPES 03 CLARIFY + CITE + REFER It is plagiarism if you: 3.1 Use an erroneous source such as errors in spelling, content, or formatting; 3.2 Use a fake or dead source such as a source that cannot be found or accessed; 3.3 Use erroneous paraphrasing such as words and/or structures that are the same.
    • QUICK FIXES 03 CLARIFY + CITE + REFER For error type : 3.1 Correct errors such as errors in spelling, content, or formatting; 3.2 Use a real or live source that can be found or accessed; 3.3 Use correct paraphrasing such as words and structures that are completely different, but the idea is as in the original.
    • HOW VERSION 1 (BETA) • The HOW pages will be uploaded as soon as I have the time to create them. • Meanwhile, Google or Google Scholar can help, or you might read these: – – – – – It’s OK to Copy 7 Things You Must Know about APA Scot-free Plagiarism Strategies Citation & Referencing: Quick Tips Why Reference Anything? • Thank you. Send comments and suggestions to mr.jaime.aiu@gmail.com