Plagiarism is defined as using others’ original ideas in one’s written or spoken work without giving proper credit.
Plagiarism can occur in two ways: intentional and unintentional.
Uploading to and/or accessing course materials from external websites such as, but not limited to, Chegg or Course Hero is considered academic dishonesty and plagiarism.
In academically honest writing or speaking, you must document sources of information whenever:
In order to complete academically honest work, you need to:
In order to produce academically honest work, you will be able to:
Source: "How to Avoid Plagiarism: In 5 Easy Steps" by Steelman Library, is licensed under a Standard YouTube License.Learn how plagiarism can be intentional and unintentional and how to avoid plagiarizing by paraphrasing and citing your sources.
Source: "How to Paraphrase in 5 Easy Steps" by Scribbr, is licensed under a Standard YouTube License.Learn what paraphrasing is and easy steps to paraphrase in order to avoid plagiarizing.