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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Plagiarism

No original research prohibits us from adding our own ideas to articles, and Verifiability ... a source that is not acknowledged anywhere in the article, either in the body of the article, ... because you are still relying heavily on the work of another writer. .... It may be helpful to refer them to Wikipedia:Verifiability, Wikipedia:Citing ...

www.plagiarism.org/article/what-is-plagiarism

May 18, 2017 ... Many people think of plagiarism as copying another's work or ... copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit ... Simply acknowledging that certain material has been borrowed and ... Copying media (especially images) from other websites to paste them into your own papers or websites.

guides.lib.unc.edu/plagiarism-citing

Claiming someone else's words, thoughts, or ideas as your own, even if you ... or ideas in a presentation and not acknowledging the source; Using another ... Common knowledge is information that is widely known and accepted by many people. The use of such information without citation does not constitute plagiarism.

www.baruch.cuny.edu/academic/academic_honesty.html

Ignorance of the rules is not an acceptable excuse for disobeying them. ... Preparing answers or writing notes in a blue book (exam booklet) before an ... Presenting another person's ideas or theories in your own words without ... Using information that is not considered common knowledge without acknowledging the source.

writing.umn.edu/tww/sources/definitions.html

Sep 27, 2016 ... ... work, or ideas of another person as one's own without providing proper ... and blending them with one's own without acknowledging the sources. ... of another person's mind, and presenting it as one's own” (Plagiarism and ...

english.la.psu.edu/undergraduate/plagiarism-policy

Jotting down notes and ideas from sources and then using them without ... names will not appear as authors of the paper, you should acknowledge that help in a ... As you go through the writing process, you should keep careful track of when you ... Print or electronic sources, as well as other people, may add useful ideas to ...

cmsw.mit.edu/writing-and-communication-center/avoiding-plagiarism

Whenever you include another person's information or wording in a document, you must acknowledge the source and include a ... First, in the English-speaking world, people believe that ideas and written expressions of ideas can be owned. ... Therefore to use these words without giving the author credit is to steal them.

www.umsl.edu/~comm/files/pdfs/plagiarism.pdf

However, there are other types of plagiarism that you should be aware of and on guard against. ... incorporate small bits of people's ideas, works, or information into a project without ... The principle of acknowledging sources in written work is that you should always provide ... We all use them, without necessarily stealing.

owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/owlprint/589

Words or ideas presented in a magazine, book, newspaper, song, ... or conversing with another person, face to face, over the phone, or in writing ... If you 're having trouble summarizing, try writing your paraphrase or summary of a text without .... When writers use material from other sources, they must acknowledge this ...