Copyright Rules

Copyright Rules

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  • Direct Plagiarism
  • I'm running behind on my assignments in science, but I found the exact same article online, so I'll just copy it from that.
  • Be careful! If you are going to copy it directly make sure you know how to properly paraphrase and cite your sources.
  • Citing Your Sources Properly
  • How do I properly cite my sources from my english book to avoid plagiarism?
  • You'll put quotes around it and then at the end put the authors name, book title, page number, the year the book was published and the publisher.
  • Copying Videos 
  • I wouldn't do that! Copying videos that aren't yours can get you in a lot of legal trouble. You could end up getting sued!
  • My Mom bought be a new movie, I'm gonna copy it and give it to my friends
  • How to Avoid Accidentally Plagiarising
  • What are some different ways that I can avoid accidentally plagiarizing??
  • Self-Plagiarism
  • That's self-plagiarism! Even though you only took parts of the essay, you're still plagiarizing and risking your grade in the class.
  • How To Check if Someone is Plagiarising
  • How do I check and see if my students are plagiarizing their work?
  • There are many different websites to use that will help check it for you. Some of the best ones are TurnItIn, Plagium or Plaigiarisma.
  • Work on your note taking skills, know how to paraphrase correctly, research the subject and know how to cite your sources correctly.
  • I just finished my english essay, but I ran out of time so I took bits and pieces from someones essay I found online.
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