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How NOT  to  Plagiarize Presented by: Rita Sabbadini
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Documentation Styles MLA  (Modern Language Association) APA  (American Psychological  Association) Chicago or Turabian Always  check with your instructor to see  what style they prefer.
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What is plagiarism? Definition anyone? Plagiarism is   the act of stating  that  another person’s work is your own.  
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Plagiarism Consequences http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/smccd/ethics.shtml II. Academic Honesty Students are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. Work that is not of the student's own creation will receive no credit. If a student is uncertain of what these standards are, he or she may consult his or her instructor for appropriate counsel, but a student's ignorance is no legitimate defense for academic dishonesty. Academic dishonesty includes lying, cheating, stealing, and using unauthorized materials on any assignment, quiz or exam. http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/canada/about/policies.html Receive a failing grade on the test, paper, or examination. Have his/her course grade lowered or fail the course. Disciplinary Probation: The Vice President, Student Services or his/her designee may place a student on disciplinary probation for a period not to exceed one semester. Disciplinary Suspension: The termination of student status for a definite period of time. Expulsion: A permanent termination of student status and all attending rights and privileges.
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The Seven Sins of Plagiarism 1. Intentional grand larceny 2. Premeditated shoplifting 3. Tinkering with the evidence 4. Idea kidnapping 5. Unauthorized borrowing of private  property 6. Trespassing over boundaries 7. Writing under the influence
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When do I Document? When you are using or referring to  somebody else’s words or ideas from a: magazine, book, or newspaper  song  TV program, or movie  web page or computer program letter or advertisement
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When do I Document? When you use information from an 
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