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8.05 Quote the Experts When something can be read without effort, great effort has gone into its writing. ~Enrique Jardiel Poncela Be a good Christian citizen and stop random acts of plagiarism! Plagiarism is the clear theft of another person's ideas. Ephesians 4:28 reminds us that we must not steal. Whether it is a material or someone’s words we must make a direct decision not to plagiarize. If other's thoughts aren't respected, what is? With the way information can be quickly spread over the Internet, there is more sensitivity to people's mental capital than ever before. You can avoid plagiarizing by simply documenting ideas that are not yours. To document means to keep a record of the resources used. In your I-search, you've gathered ideas from many people . For the next section of your paper, you're going to share these ideas. First, though, you need to understand internal documentation. Documentation is not the most exciting concept to study in the world . However, it is a vital writing skill which will prove important in future courses and at the college level. So, I'll make you a deal: If you read carefully and take great notes on the information in this lesson, you will do very well on the assessment for this lesson. In addition, you will help yourself on your I-search paper, as you are evaluated on your documentation technique in your final draft.
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