Not plagarism
Summarize others’ words or ideas with a citation.
Plagiarism
Use a paper you wrote for another class without citation or acknowledgement
Not plagiarism
Paraphrase the ideas of another, throughout a paragraph with a citation at end of paragraph.
Plagiarism
Copy and paste sections from a creative commons licensed source without citation.
Not plagarism
Use small sections of a paper you wrote for another class with citation.
Not plagarism
Write a paper on the same topic as you choose a previous class. Because of the requirements of the new assignment, the focus will be different, but you can use many of the same sources you already read and used for the previous paper.
Plagiarism
Cite sources in your bibliography at the end of the paper rather than in-text citations.
Plagiarism
Use the words or ideas of others without citing them.
Plagiarism
Paraphrase others’ words or ideas without citing them.
Not plagiarism
Use the exact words of another, with quotes and a citation.
Plagiarism
Summarize others’ words or ideas without citing them.
Plagiarism
Copy and paste passages from the Internet, a book, or an article and insert them into your paper without citing the author.
Plagiarism
Use a term paper written by someone else.