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EN 332: British Literature II: Preventing Plagiarism

What is Plagiarism?

Citing Sources Matters

Citing Sources Matters

Remember, you can be charged with plagiarism if you:

  • Copy, quote, paraphrase or summarize any source without citation.
  • Purchase a paper and pass it off as your own.
  • Have another person write a paper for you.
  • Submit another person's work in your name.