Detecting Plagiarism

Detecting Plagiarism - assignment However that is not the...

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Running head: DETECTING PLAGIARISM 1 Detecting Plagiarism Angel Bingham GEN/105 May 5, 2011 Dr Christopher Summerlin
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DETECTING PLAGIARISM 2 Detecting Plagiarism If you look up the word plagiarism in the dictionary you will find the definition, in every form, means theft. University of Phoenix values academic honesty. Professors submit written assignments to the plagiarism checker available to all students in the Center for Writing Excellence. Upon submission of this assignment, I noticed that the paper is one hundred percent plagiarized. Plagiarism comes in different forms, and is often confusing. Copying, paraphrasing, and failure to cite and reference information properly, are examples of plagiarism. Had you forgotten to cite or reference something properly, I would have allowed you to rewrite this
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Unformatted text preview: assignment. However, that is not the case. Your assignment was an exact replica of “Lab Courses Go Virtual” by Thomas F. Edgar. This form of plagiarism is a deliberate attempt of theft, or cheating, and is not tolerated. At this time I am dismissing you from the class with a final grade of F. Plagiarism not only devalues the original author, but it negates your intelligence as well. In your future courses, please be sure to take the time to complete your assignments in an honest manner. **Please note: Because of instructions stating to “describe to the student”, there are quite a few 1 st and 2 nd person references. **...
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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