Complete plagiarism

Complete plagiarism

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  • Mosaic plagiarism
  • Mosaic plagiarism is when you take information from multiple sources and claim it all as your own without citing your sources.
  • I didn't even know that was plagiarism!
  • Lazy plagiarism
  • Make sure to always correctly cite your sources!
  • If not done correctly, that is lazy plagiarism!
  • Direct plagiarism
  • The teacher can tell if you copied and pasted a paragraph off of the internet, all they have to do is search few words!
  • ALWAYS use your own work! If you want to use someone else's words always CITE!
  • Complete plagiarism
  • When I was over at Ella's house helping her babysit, I saw her project and took pictures of it. I copied it word for word. Ella didn't do anything.
  • Self-plagiarism
  • You can't use your past works, without permission from all of the professors involved.
  • Copyright infringement
  • You cannot use another persons copyright material without their consent!
  • Unfortunately, you both will still have to face a consequence. What you did is called complete plagiarism. I hope you learned from this!
  • This is known as self-plagiarism.
  • In my opinion, the most common mistake in this area, is the use of MUSIC in videos posted online.
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