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Ethical Use of Information: Ethics & Plagiarism

Ethical Use of Information

In the academic environment, ethical questions frequently arise around the use of information. This guide will provide a conceptual overview and supplementary resources to assist with: recognizing and avoiding plagiarism, understanding copyright, evaluating fair use, and locating images and music that are available for use.

Types of Plagiarism

This infographic lists the common types of plagiarism identified in a survey of instructors conducted by turnitin. More information and examples are available on the turnitin website.

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