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SOWK 305/605 Social Welfare Policy: Plagiarism

Different types of Plagiarism

Plagiarism Tutorials

Plagiarism Guides in Health Sciences

Plagiarism Games

Goblin Threat

Other Helpful Resources

Plagiarism - NO!

Plagiarism, defined very broadly, is claiming other people's work as your own. At college level, it is severe violation of academic integrity. SU takes plagiarism offense very seriously even if it is not intentional. If your friends say it's okay and no one will find out, please do note succumb to their suggestions! When in doubt, always cite. Give credit to where it's due! There are several resources on this page that you will find helpful. 

Take the time to go through the tutorials. It'll be worth your time!

Plagiarism Videos

The following videos offer helpful information understand plagiarism and how to avoid it.

 

This video, created by Elizabeth from the  Eastern Michigan University, demonstrates how to avoid plagiarism.

 

 

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