plagirism - Timothy Jones Liba 102 Sec. 17 19 February 2007...

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Timothy Jones Liba 102 Sec. 17 19 February 2007 Plagiarism Plagiarism is the illegal use of someone else’s exact of very closely related words or phrases. Plagiarism is a big issue and considered “Academic Dishonesty” on many high school and college campuses across the United States. With today’s technology and readily available sources of anyone’s work, students have plagiarism at their finger tips. And we as imperfect humans can commit plagiarism without even knowing. There are two main types of plagiarism that are often times committed such as, not citing where the information came from or purposely copying someone else’s work. With the proper time and knowledge plagiarism can easily be avoided. Today the World Wide Web is the easiest way to fall in the trap of plagiarism. Through the web, students have access to not only scholarly written books, but also papers and articles written by other students. Just like articles of written information students must cite where graphics or pictures for a presentation came from. The web also has many sites
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2008 for the course LIBA 102 taught by Professor Dontknow during the Spring '07 term at Ole Miss.

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plagirism - Timothy Jones Liba 102 Sec. 17 19 February 2007...

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