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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    academic community are grounded on the concept of honesty with respect to the intellectual efforts of oneself and others Cornell Code of Academic Integrity p 1 Plagiarism is the unacknowledged use of the words or ideas of others It is the most common form of academic integrity violation at Cornell comprising over 60 of all reported cases within the last three years This web presentation will introduce you to Cornell

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/index.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    How can I check for plagiarism in my own work What is a source What is the difference between documentation citation and reference Why should I document sources How do I document sources When do I need to document sources How can I avoid plagiarism Exercises What is plagiarism Plagiarism is misrepresenting somebody else s intellectual work ideas information writing thinking as your own In other words it is a

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/principles.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    I avoid plagiarism Exercises What is Cornell s Code of Academic Integrity The Code of Academic Integrity sets out Cornell s policy regarding plagiarism and other academic integrity offenses including cheating on exams and fabricating research data It is available as a booklet from all college advising offices and online at http cuinfo cornell edu Academic AIC html Every student is responsible for reading and abiding by the rules in

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/principles2.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    plagiarism Logistics How can I check for plagiarism in my own work What is a source What is the difference between documentation citation and reference Why should I document sources How do I document sources When do I need to document sources How can I avoid plagiarism Exercises How does Cornell enforce its policy against plagiarism Instructors at Cornell rigorously examine student work and the institution punishes students who plagiarize

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/principles3.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    plagiarism Logistics How can I check for plagiarism in my own work What is a source What is the difference between documentation citation and reference Why should I document sources How do I document sources When do I need to document sources How can I avoid plagiarism Exercises How can I check for plagiarism in my own work Ask yourself Does my work draw upon the intellectual work of other

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/logistics.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    Shakespeare an opera by Mozart actual data or research results e g a scientific article presenting original findings statistics historical documents e g letters pamphlets political tracts manifestoes Secondary Sources works that discuss your primary source e g an article analyzing Shakespeare s sonnets a review of an opera performance a textbook that synthesizes research in a particular field a newspaper editorial expressing an opinion on a political manifesto Sources

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/logistics2.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    document sources How can I avoid plagiarism Exercises What is the difference between documentation citation and reference There is considerable overlap in how people use terms like document cite reference quote and the like For the sake of consistency here we will define these terms as follows documentation is the general practice of acknowledging sources by clearly indicating what you have borrowed and giving the proper bibliographic information for each

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/logistics3.cfm (2015-04-30)
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  • Cornell University - College Of Arts and Sciences - Plagiarism
    against plagiarism Logistics How can I check for plagiarism in my own work What is a source What is the difference between documentation citation and reference Why should I document sources How do I document sources When do I need to document sources How can I avoid plagiarism Exercises Why should I document sources Documenting sources serves two main purposes it acknowledges the original source and gives credit where credit

    Original URL path: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/logistics4.cfm (2015-04-30)
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