University of Southern Indiana

Plagiarism

Plagiarism, as defined in the University Bulletin, is the intentional reproduction of another person's ideas, words, or statements without acknowledgment. Students must give credit when using the works of others and are expected to properly reference the use of: 1) direct quotes; 2) another person's ideas or opinions; or 3) any borrowed statistics, facts, or other materials. Failure to properly give credit to others' work is a form of academic dishonesty (University Bulletin, Student Rights and Responsibilities). 

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