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PLAGIARISM
COLL 100 Foundations ofOnline Learning
 American Public University System
AmericanMilitaryUniversityAmericanPublicUniversity
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rovided by School of Arts and Humanities, American
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ublic University System (Dec. 2009)
 
An act of fraud.
The most frequently observed form of academic dishonesty.
An incorporation of another·s ideas without properattribution of the source.
Literary theft.
What is
P
lagiarism?
 
Submitting the work of another as your own.
Changing or rearranging the words from a source withoutgiving credit to the original author(s).
P
roviding incorrect information about a source.
Not using quotations marks for word for word quotes orcopying passages containing over 40 words without theuse of a block quote.
What are Some Examplesof
P
lagiarism?

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