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iSource: (Penn State University, 2016) Defining Plagiarism and Academic  Integrity What is Plagiarism? Plagiarism is  the act of stating or implying  that another person’s work is your  own.  You commit plagiarism if you: 1. Submit a paper to be graded or reviewed that you have not written on your own. 2. Copy answers or text from another classmate and submit it as your own. 3. Quote or paraphrase from another paper without crediting the original author. 4. Cite data without crediting the original source. 5. Propose another author’s idea as if it were your own. 6. Fabricating references or using incorrect references. 7. Submitting someone else’s presentation, program, spreadsheet, or other file with  only minor alterations. This is not a definitive list  – any action which misleadingly imply someone else’s work is your own can constitute plagiarism.
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