Plagiarism and Citation Comics
Updated: 12/16/2020
Plagiarism and Citation Comics

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  • I didn't read it. I said it myself, no additional source or information
  • I once told my sister that the greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
  • Really. Where did you read that?
  • Stop saying that mom.
  • Never stop trusting, and hold onto what you are feeling inside
  • Even though I have already given it to The Harold and CNN without asking either of them.
  • Of course
  • Hello, I'm from The New York Times and I would like to use your article about colleges
  • This is direct plagiarism because she stole a word for word quote without giving credit to the original author (Nelson Mandela).
  • Wise words to live by. That Walt Disney sure new his way with words
  • "The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing (Marco Polo).
  • This is mosaic plagiarism because it rewords Journey's song "Don't Stop Believing" without giving credit to them.
  • Some people wish life was more predictable but, "if life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor" (Eleanor Roosevelt).
  • This is self plagiarism because I am giving out my work without asking for permission to share it with another news company.
  • Dalmi, Dora. "Plagiarism and Citation Practice" Story Board That, 16 Dec 2020. https://www.storyboardthat.com/storyboards/dora826/plagiarism-and-citation-comics/edit. Accessed 16 Dec 2020.
  • This is accidental plagiarism because this quote is misquoted to Marco Polo instead of Walt Disney.
  • This is a correct way to do a in-text citation because it includes quotation marks and the authors last name is in parentheses.
  • This a correct works cited citation of this website because it fallows All Those Weird Dogs Under Arrest.
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