Week 1 Hands-On and Reflection Assignment Essay Culley

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Running head: Week 1 Hands-On and Reflection Assignment 1 Week 1 Hands-On and Reflection Assignment Kevin J. Culley Herzing University Brookfield, WI EN106 Information Literacy and Research Writing Instructor: Margie Askins
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Abstract There are a couple of differences of unintentional plagiarism and intentional plagiarism; both have their own unique consequence or punishments. Unintentional plagiarism happens when a writer quotes a passage without a direct quotation from the author and can even include paraphrasing an original passage (Mike, P.88). Intentional plagiarism can include using sources without giving citations such as; creating fake citations, copying, paraphrasing, passing of work, or using another’s work as your own (Mike,P.90). Penalties range from expulsion, lower grade or failure of the course (Mike, P.88) All work for this class must be original in order to avoid plagiarism and insure that a student has the proper accreditations in his or her writing skills. This is important to better
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course WRITING EN106 taught by Professor Unknow during the Spring '12 term at Herzing.

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