ALSO commit plagiarism when:
stealing, or borrowing a paper from another person or organization and
submitting it as your own.
- Using the same
paper for different courses.
- Hiring someone to
write your paper or parts of it and submitting it as your own.
- Using someone's
ideas to build your own without citing the source.
- Making up sources
or parts of them like page numbers or year of publication.
- Translating a
document without acknowledging the original source.
NOT commit plagiarism when:
- Writing about
your own experiences, thoughts, or conclusions about a subject.
- Writing about your
own results in an experiment or research study.
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