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Plagiarism: All ideas, arguments, and phrases, submitted without attribution to other sources must be the creative product of the student. Thus, all text passages taken from the works of other authors (published or unpublished) must be properly cited. The same applies to paraphrased text, opinions, data, examples, illustrations, and all other creative work. Violations of this standard constitute plagiarism.

Resources To Use in the Classroom

This short video produced by Rutgers University is an interactive way to approach the subject of avoiding plagiarism in the classroom.

More Information

For more information regarding the Academic Integrity Committe or how to report a case of plagiarism go to the Academic Misconduct page here.

For more information visit our page in the Library on Plagiarism.