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* 1. Enter your first and last name.

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* 2. You need to cite commonly known facts.

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* 3. To paraphrase, you read the source, interpret the information, and use your own words to express your thoughts on the work. You need to cite the author even though you used your own words.

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* 4. You read an article that supports your thesis statement perfectly! You include a few sentences in your paper quoted directly from the article. You need to use quotation marks to identify these as direct quotes.

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* 5. You can copy and paste information from the Internet without citing it.

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* 6. You can put your name on a paper that your friend wrote last semester and submit it as your own provided you change some of the words.

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* 7. You are working on your paper and having problems with your conclusion. Your friend shows you their conclusion and you really like their statement and decide to use their words. This is plagiarism.

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* 8. You decide to include a great image in your paper that you found online. Online images have to be cited.

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* 9. You used the author's words from a source. You forgot to use quotation marks but you did include a citation. Since you cited the source, you are not plagiarizing.

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* 10. You read an interesting article that discusses an idea that you had not considered for your paper. You write a terrific paragraph in your own words related to the idea. Although you used your own words to discuss the idea, you need to cite the source.

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* 11. Someone reviewed your research paper. Not only did they identify your errors, but they also rewrote nearly half of your paper. You plagiarized because the reviewer provided substantial changes to your work.

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* 12. You decide to use song lyrics as part of your introductory paragraph. Since you think everyone knows the lyrics to the song, you do not have to cite the song lyrics and artist.

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* 13. The librarians can help you with APA and MLA formats.

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* 14. Copying and pasting from the Internet can be done without citing the source because everything on the Internet is common knowledge and freely available.

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* 15. You are writing a paper about becoming a substance abuse counselor. You interview a substance abuse counselor at a local nonprofit organization. You need to cite the interview if you use it in your paper.

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* 16. You wrote a paper for your Speech class last semester for which you earned an A. You are writing a new paper on the same topic for your Psychology class this semester. You can use some of the same sources you used in your Speech paper in your Psychology paper, as long as you cite them properly.

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* 17. You cannot submit papers that you have purchased from another student or from an online service.

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* 18. When quoting, you must use the author’s exact wording and include quotation marks.

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* 19. You only have to cite sources that you use in written papers not in PowerPoint slides, images, speeches, etc.

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* 20. You wrote a paper for your Student Success class last semester for which you earned an A. It is an act of plagiarism to submit this paper for your English Composition class this semester.

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* 21. Only works you have read and referred to in your essay belong in your Works Cited page.

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