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What is Plagiarism?

Quick Guide to Plagiarism (YouTube video)

What is Plagiarism? Check out the PowerPoint to find out:

  • what it is
  • how to avoid it
  • check out some examples - you decide if they are plagiarized or not!

Credit/Created by: William Badke, Updated Version, 2012, Associate Librarian, Trinity Western University

 

You Decide! Is This Plagiarism or Not?

Plagiarism

Examples of How to Paraphrase

See if you can find the plagiarism in these examples:

Example #1

Example #2

Example #3

Plagiarism:  Interactive Self Quiz

Click on each of the 5 examples - did the student plagiarize or not?

Plagiarism: Interactive Self Quiz
Can you figure out how which are good examples of paraphrasing and which are plagiarism?

Plagiarism Quiz: Can You Identify It?

Is it Plagiarism? Self Quiz 
Includes examples of source material and how students have rephrased it.  Are they correct?  Click your answer and you'll find out!

Plagiarism Exericise
Which of these students plagiarized the example?  Which did not?

 

 

Quick Guide to Plagiarism

 

How to Paraphrase

 

Diagnosis: Plagiarism, Part 1 (YouTube Video)

 

Diagnosis: Plagiarism, Part 2 (You Tube Video)

  


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