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Complete Resources - Plagiarism.org

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turning in someone else's work as your own; copying words or ideas from ... The writer takes the time to paraphrase most of the paper from other sources and ... For example, you could borrow liberally from the following without fear of .... but do not need his or her exact words, you should try paraphrasing instead of quoting.

Purdue OWL: Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

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Aug 2, 2016 ... This handout is intended to help you become more comfortable with the uses ... Paraphrase: Write It in Your Own Words ... and ideas expressed by someone else , presented in a new form. ... Therefore, you should strive to limit the amount of exact transcribing of ... Lester, James D. Writing Research Papers.

USING SOMEONE ELSE'S WORDS: QUOTE, SUMMARIZE AND ...

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In your paper, you will need to do more than just incorporate the words of others. You will ... When you use the exact words of another author in your paper, you are directly quoting that author. The words of the other author should be enclosed in quotation marks. In one of the ... Does this quote illustrate or explain my point?

Plagiarism Prevention Quiz Questions - Society for the Teaching of ...

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True or False: If you put someone else's ideas into your own words and then pass ... Borrowing someone else's ideas or words, but failing to properly document the ... in your paper, so you do not put quotation marks around some of the sentences ... They should be used as frequently as possible in order to avoid plagiarism.

Acknowledging, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Sources - Writing Center

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If you use an author's specific word or words, you must place those words within ... You do not need to cite a source for material considered common knowledge: ... system to use, ask the course instructor who assigned your paper. ... Paraphrasing is often defined as putting a passage from an author into “your own words.

The Correct Use of Borrowed Information - Winthrop University

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Aug 16, 2016 ... However, correctly incorporating borrowed material into your own ... that you do not unintentionally plagiarize, you should clearly “frame” all borrowed ... A direct quotation is an exact repeating of someone else's words as he or she wrote or spoke them. ... explain a great deal to be understood (Hirsch 4).

What Constitutes Plagiarism? § Harvard Guide to Using Sources

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Even if you write down your own ideas in your own words and place them around text that you've drawn directly from a source, you must give credit to the author of the .... If you do want to use some of the author's words for emphasis or clarity, you ... When you use your own language to describe someone else's idea, that ...

Plagiarism - The Writing Center at UNC-Chapel Hill

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At UNC, plagiarism is defined as “the deliberate or reckless representation of ... You make these distinctions in a written paper by citing the sources for your building block ideas. ... Paraphrasing does NOT mean changing a word or two in someone else's ... So, just to be clear—do you need to cite when you paraphrase ? Yes ...

Avoiding Plagiarism - MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing

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Quotation: A quotation must use the exact words of the source. ... Paraphrasing because a professor has explicitly requested that you do so; “Translating” a poem into ... where the ambiguities lie (and this type of paraphrase rarely makes it into our papers) ... Plagiarism is the use of someone else's ideas or language without  ...

There are basically three kinds of plagiarism: (1) Using another ...

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If you use someone else's exact words, then you must cite the original source ( either in ... someone else has written, but you describe it or summarize it in your own words, then ... paper [or] a graduate degree for a thesis or dissertation . ... and superfluous task, where a "harmless" act of borrowing from another source...

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Plagiarism and Student Writing - University of Washington

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If you use another writer's words, you must place quotation marks around the quoted ... that you have paraphrased rather than borrowed the author's exact words. 4. ... student's paper or using someone else's outline to write your own paper. 6. ... Regardless of whether you pay a stranger or have a friend do it, it is a ...

Avoid Plagiarism: Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

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Students must do everything possible to avoid plagiarism. .... In research papers students often quote excessively, failing to keep quoted ... allows you to continue writing in your own personal tone and writing voice while quoting someone else's ... Jot down a few words below your paraphrase to remind you later how you ...

Academic Integrity - Roosevelt University

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Copying other students' work or allowing your own work to be copied. ... You must consult your instructor before submitting such work. ... If you do rely on a previously written paper, be sure to cite it as though someone else wrote it, ... Plagiarism means using the work of someone else, in whole or in part, without giving credit.