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مُساهمةموضوع: METHODOLOGY FOR 2nd year   2011-02-27, 20:49

Student Success Tools Avoid Plagiarism © EBSCO Publishing 2005 1
EBSCO Publishing Student Success Tools
How to Avoid Plagiarism




He
liked those literary cooks Who skim the cream of others' books; And
ruin half an author's graces By plucking bon-mots from their places.
~Hannah More
Merriam
Webster Online notes that to plagiarize is to “to steal and pass off
(the ideas or words of another) as one's own: use (another's production)
without crediting the source”. The dictionary source also defines it as
“literary theft”(1).
Essentially, plagiarism is taking someone
else’s ideas or words, intentionally or not, and presenting them as your
own. This could be a quote or passage that you forgot to cite, or even
an entire paper. Ideas can be plagiarized? Yes, ideas. If you read an
article and take that stance as your own without crediting the article,
that is also considered plagiarism. You are stealing someone else’s
position and ideas instead of creating your own. You cannot grow as a
student, thinker, and person if you steal from someone else.
Many
high schools and colleges have strict rules regarding plagiarism. If a
student plagiarizes, the integrity of the school is called into
question. Once broken, trust between the student and the professor is
difficult to rebuild. The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester,
Massachusetts states in the “Academic Honesty Policy” section of its
handbook that if a professor believes a student is plagiarizing, and can
prove it, then the student receives a failing grade for that work. The
professor then writes to the chair of the department and the Class Dean
(advisor) and an academic trial is held with the student, dean, and
professors present. If the student is found guilty, a letter about the
incident is placed on record until graduation. If there is only one
offense, the letter is destroyed upon student graduation, but if this
happens twice, it could follow the student into the workforce…
the
first instance of plagiarism will result in academic probation for two
semesters, the second suspension for two semesters, and the third
results in expulsion(2).
High schools are also serious and strict
about plagiarism. What seemed a whim or a quick fix to get out of an
assignment could become a long, difficult hassle if you are caught. A
plagiarism blunder can affect your whole life, both academic and
professional (see Nuts and Bolt’s to College Writing: Plagiarism, in the
Resources section below).





2 Student Success Tools Avoid Plagiarism © EBSCO Publishing 2005
The
easiest way to avoid the question of plagiarism is to cite quotes and
information correctly. Not everything has to be cited. Generally known
information or generally accepted judgments - George Washington was the
first U.S. president, Dr. Seuss is a well known children’s author - and
your own opinions or experiences In my opinion, global warming is a
threat to our rainforests, my week helping Habitat for Humanity was
grueling but also very rewarding are exempt. If you are unsure whether
or not to cite, look at your sources; are they citing this information?
If you read five sources and none of are citing the same fact, then it’s
a safe bet that you don’t need to either. The safest way to avoid
plagiarism is to know what you need to cite, and cite correctly.
Resources - Other articles about plagiarism and how to avoid it:
The Nuts and Bolts to College Writing: Plagiarism
http://nutsandbolts.washcoll.edu/plagiarism.html:
Explains various kinds of plagiarism and how to avoid them; refers to
U.S. Senator Joe Biden, whose campaign for the Democratic nomination for
president was ruined by a history of plagiarism.
Plagiarism.org
http://www.plagiarism.org/: A website that offers resources on how to catch plagiarism, along with facts and quotes about this growing epidemic.
Online Writing Lab (OWL): Plagiarism
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/r_plagiar.html: Features tips how to avoid plagiarism.
Virtual Salt: Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers
http://www.virtualsalt.com/antiplag.htm:
(1) Merriam Webster online
(2) The College of the Holy Cross handbook, Worcester, MA

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: METHODOLOGY FOR 2nd year   2011-02-27, 20:53

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: METHODOLOGY FOR 2nd year   2011-04-23, 16:04

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: METHODOLOGY FOR 2nd year   2011-04-23, 17:01

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: METHODOLOGY FOR 2nd year   2011-08-14, 20:10

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