Plagiarism - Academic integrity is a widely growing subject...

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Unformatted text preview: Academic integrity is a widely growing subject in today's world, from the corporate office to schools. Cosequences associated with plagirism can be confusing to why so many people take the chance. Plagiarism is defined as deliberately copying someone's work or passing it off as your own for your own personal gain. Some Universities have a plagiarism checker called Turnitin that is very useful to the students. You will be able to submit your papers for review before turning them in for a grade. This will give each person a better undestanding of what plagiarism is. When using quotes or someone else's work be sure to cite and reference properly, this is how most students get accused of plagiarism. Universities have policies in place if you get caught, they range from as a zero on your paper to being kicked out of school and being put on your permanent record as academic dishonesty. Plagiarism is defined as copying someone else’s work and using it for your own personal gain. Universities have a website you can use to someone else’s work and using it for your own personal gain....
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2011 for the course HUM 176 taught by Professor Jenniferlearny during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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