Making up quotes and sources to support your paper's thesis.
Collaborating with another (without the instructor’s authorization) when preparing an assignment.
Using another person's ideas, words, or other creative work without citing them as the source.
All of the above.
To copy a passage of text word-for-word.
To restate a passage of text in your own words.
An abstract of an entire work.
Block quotes are several sentences long and do not require quote marks around them.
When paraphrasing or summarizing text, you should put quotes around particularly distinctive words or phrases.
If the original text contains bad grammar or spelling, you can correct it in your quote without indicating that you did so.
When you leave out part of a quote, use an ellipsis to indicate that the quote has been abridged.
You have to cite everything you use, even if it’s common factual information like the dates of World War II or the date of Napoleon’s death.
There are over 200 citation styles, including MLA,APA, and Chicago.
By citing your sources, you give your work credibility and identify your ideas as well as the ideas of others.
You can be expelled from the university for not citing your sources.
The University’s Writing Center
All of the above
It applies to all of them.