Deliberate & accidental plagiarism
Deliberate plagiarism is when you knowingly use another person's work without acknowledgement. Accidental plagiarism is generally the result of poor note taking, or paraphrasing, without properly citing the reference. All plagiarism, both deliberate and accidental, is viewed seriously by the University and can incur penalties.
Deliberate plagiarism occurs if you:
Accidental plagiarism can occur if:
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