Write each quote word for word.
Summarize everything. Do not use any direct quotes.
Summarize whenever possible, note what source the notes come from, and if use quotes, notate it in some way.
Mark thoughts you have by notating they are your thoughts
Surrounded by quotation marks.
Followed by parentheses filled with author and date.
Surrounded by quotation marks and followed by parentheses with author and date.
Followed by a footnote.
Should be properly cited with quotation marks.
Should be surrounded by quotation marks but do not need to be cited.
Followed by a footnote.
Does not need to be cited.
Only occurs when citing from books.
Can occur when citing from books and the internet.
Can occur when citing from books, internet, and music.
Can occur when citing from books, internet, and another’s ideas.
Plagiarism is stealing and lying.
Plagiarism is borrowing someone else’s work.
Plagiarism is citing sources in a research paper.
Plagiarism is paraphrasing.
Recognize why plagiarism occurs.
Realize plagiarism is a common problem.
Know the different types of plagiarism.
Utilize plagiarism prevention techniques every time you write a paper.
Directly quoting a source with using appropriate APA or MLA style.
Rephrasing another author’s words with appropriate citation.
Submitting another author’s or student’s writing as one’s own.
Two consecutive words that are not common professional language used from another source without quotation.
Student will be given a second chance, but will be on probation.
Students will be expelled with no chance to request consideration by the Student Services Conduct Board.
Nothing will happen. No one checks for plagiarism in the Education department.
Students will be subject to disciplinary actions as outlined in the Oracle for Academic Misconduct and violation of the Honor Code.
Escapes responsibilities of local, state and federal laws.
Escapes responsibilities of local, state and federal regulations
Neither relinquishes rights nor escapes responsibilities of local, state and federal laws
Any member of the University community
Faculty and administration
Will be failed by the teacher and brought to the department head.
Will be immediately punished by the teacher.
Will receive a fair and reasonable hearing before a conduct board or administrative officer
Will receive a fair and reasonable hearing before a jury of peers.
Class notification through an instructor
All of the above
Result in the hearing being held without the student's attendance and action based on facts presented.
Result in a second summons, which if not taken advantage of will be seen as confession of guilt
Result in the belief the student is guilty and penalty will be given.
Result in student not being able to register for more classes.
Absolves the student from disciplinary responsibility
Absolves the student from some of the disciplinary responsibility
Absolves the student from disciplinary responsibility, but a mention will be made in student's file
Does not absolve the student from disciplinary responsibility
A list of all the possible sources you could have used in your work
A list of some of the sources you have used in your work
A list of all the sources you have used in your work.
A list of all the sources you have used in your work with a brief description of content
Gives credit to original authors.
Makes your work look more important
Proof you did research.
Shows you are not plagiarizing.
The Potluck Paper
The Too-Perfect Paraphrase
The Ghost Writer
Nothing, you do not cite images.
Title of image and url.
Title of image, label, and url.
Label and url.