2. What is plagiarism?• Using someone else’s copyrighted (protected) work without getting permission or giving credit• Everything is copyrighted! – You may or may not see a copyright date. – The copyright date is the date it was created.
3. Why should you be concerned?• Dishonest and illegal• Consequences
4. What are the consequences?• Jail or Prison…No• For students: – Failing grades or having to re-do assignments – Failing or having to repeat classes – Being suspended or expelled
5. How can you avoid plagiarizing?• Cite (list) your sources• Use quotation marks if you copy whole sentences or paragraphs. – Save for sentences from diaries, journals, speeches or interviews
7. Citing Sources
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