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Plagiarism

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  • 1. …then click the placeholders to add your own pictures and captions.
  • 2. Sr. no Slide 1 Introduction 2 Growing problem Plagiarism 3 Types of Plagiarism 4 How to Avoid IT Do’s Don'ts 5 Culture of plagiarism 6 References 7 Conclusion
  • 3.  Plagiarism is passing off (stealing) another person’s work as your own  Submitting a paper you didn’t write  Using large pieces of someone else’s work without giving credit  Presenting an idea as your own  Plagiarism is not allowed and considered an academic crime (cont.…)
  • 4.  These are all considered plagiarism:  Presenting another person’s work as your own  Using words & ideas without giving credit  Not using quotation marks properly  Making up or giving incorrect information about cited sources  Copying such large amounts of ideas or words that the majority is not yours
  • 5.  Examples of plagiarism include, but are not  limited to the following:  cutting phrases, sentences, or paragraphs from another source and pasting these into an assignment directly;  paraphrasing ideas from a source/or sources without acknowledgement; and/or  submitting an assignment that someone else completed or submitting someone’s assignment (Charles Sturt University, 2013).
  • 6. 2) Plagiarism is a growing problem  Plagiarism happens more frequently because of the Internet  Many sources are available easily  (Remember: not all sources are “good” sources!)  Sometimes people don’t realize they are plagiarizing
  • 7.  Verbatim or Cutting & Pasting Plagiarism copying word by word  Rewording or Paraphrased Plagiarism copying of idea or concept and rewriting in one’s own style  Self Plagiarism reusing or manipulating one’s own ideas to claim the credit for more than once
  • 8. 4) How to Avoid plagiarism  Choose your resources carefully  Do your research thoroughly  Synthesize your information  This means do all your research, take notes and think about what it all means  Be able to talk about and explain what you’ve learned, as well as write about it in your own words
  • 9. How to Avoid plagiarism ( DO’s )  Do:  Cite your sources correctly  Several formats are available for citing  MLA (Modern Language Association)  APA (American Psychological Association)  Your teacher will tell you which style to use
  • 10. How to Avoid plagiarism ( Don't )  Don’t:  Copy information as pass off as your own  Copy and paste from Internet  Use ideas but forget to give credit  Quote or cite statistics without crediting the source  Make up sources or give incorrect source information  Use videos, pictures, songs without permission
  • 11. 5) Culture of Plagiarism  A new pattern of behavior is invented, or an existing one is modified.  The innovator transmits this pattern to another.  The form of the pattern is consistent within and across performers, perhaps even in terms of recognizable  stylistic features.  The one who acquires the pattern retains the ability to perform it long after having acquired it.  The pattern spreads across social units in a population.  The pattern endures across generations
  • 12. Culture of Plagiarism Fig :: CULTURE OF PLAGIARISM
  • 13.  These are all considered plagiarism:  Presenting another person’s work as your own  Using words & ideas without giving credit  Not using quotation marks properly  Making up or giving incorrect information about cited sources  Copying such large amounts of ideas or words that the majority is not yours  The internet has made plagiarism easier with access to term paper mills, search engines, encyclopedias, etc. In response, websites have been developed which help teachers analyze papers and develop strategies to prevent plagiarism.
  • 14.  These are all considered plagiarism:  Presenting another person’s work as your own  Using words & ideas without giving credit  Not using quotation marks properly  Making up or giving incorrect information about cited sources  Copying such large amounts of ideas or words that the majority is not yours  www. tarnishedlady.typepad.com/  www. Wipo.int/abou-ip/en/  www. plagiarism.org  www. virtualsalt.com/antiplag.htm
  • 15.  These are all considered plagiarism:  Presenting another person’s work as your own  Using words & ideas without giving credit  Not using quotation marks properly  Making up or giving incorrect information about cited sources  Copying such large amounts of ideas or words that the majority is not yours HAVE ANY QUERIES... ? REPRESENTED BY-circuit

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