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MGT305 - Clevenger

Plagiarism defined

To plagiarize is to use someone else's work, whether published or unpublished, thru direct quotation or paraphrase, without giving credit to the author.  Copy-pasting directly from the Internet or from online works is also plagiarism

Check Page 108 of Swataney (the Ship Student Handbook) f (or find on page (ctrl+F) plagiarism) or the definition of plagiarism and its repercussions.

Remember, your professor has access to plagiarism detection software.

Paraphrasing

This page from Purdue University should help you avoid plagiarism:

Quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing

And several more pages from Purdue University to hone your skills at paraphrasing:

Paraphrasing Basics

Paraphrasing Exercises  and  Answers

Lycoming College Plagiarism Game

The Goblin Threat game was created by Mary Broussard with assistance on question writing from Jessica Urich.

Link to Goblin Threat Plagiarism Game

References