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Plagiarism This presentation is based on materials prepared by: David Runyon Jessica See The material has been expanded and gamified a bit by Amjad Umar and a Teaching Assistant
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PART I – The Concepts Good Source on Plagiarism Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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What is Plagiarism ? “Plagiarism” includes, but is not limited to, failure to indicate the source with quotation marks or footnotes, where appropriate, if any of the following are reproduced in the work submitted by a student: i. A phrase, written or musical ii. A graphic element iii. A proof iv. Specific language, OR… v. An idea derived from the work, published or unpublished, of another person.
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Intentional Inadvertent Turning in a paper written by another student without permission. Turning in a paper a peer has written with permission. Turning in a paper purchased from a term paper service. Turning in a paper from a “free” online term paper service. Copying from the source but failing to provide appropriate documentation. Copying from the source, providing appropriate documentation but failing to use quotation marks. Paraphrasing from source but failing to provide appropriate documentation. Incorrectly quoting, paraphrasing or citing. Initial Examples
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Why Worry About Plagiarism You will get an F in a course even though you have been doing A grade work in the course Plagiarism and Cheating Policy (very Important) HU is rigorously discouraging the practice of plagiarism and enforcing the following policy: First incident of plagiarism, a grade of 0 on the assignment and a stern warning Second incident of plagiarism, a grade of 0 on the assignment and a stern warning with possibility of F in the entire course (an instructor has the right to assign a grade of F in the entire course due to flagrant disregard of the first warning) Third incident of plagiarism, a grade of F in the entire course. The policy against cheating (e.g., copying another student’s work) is similar. Please note that a Grade of F in a course may result in cancellation of CPT and student visa.
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Why Is Plagiarism Unacceptable? Plagiarism is not permitted and is punishable at this and other institutions of higher education for several reasons. Plagiarism is stealing the intellectual property of another. Plagiarism is unethical behavior. Plagiarism is an indication that a student has not developed the skills needed for academic success. Plagiarism can cost you a job and your professional reputation. Plagiarism is behavior that undermines the fundamental and essential values inherent in the pursuit of knowledge within academic programs and research.
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The Consequences of Plagiarism Students are responsible for following the “ Student Honor Code of Conduct ” on MyHU under the “Academics” tab ( ) .
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  • Spring '16
  • Ligget
  • Nursing, Academia, Academic dishonesty

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