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Plagiarism is when you present someone else's work or ideas as your own, with or without their permission, by incorporating it into your work without giving them full credit. This definition encompasses all published and unpublished material, whether in manuscript, print, or electronic form. Plagiarism can be deliberate or careless, as well as unintentional. Plagiarism, whether intentional or irresponsible, is a disciplinary offence under the examination regulations.

It is not only necessary to credit others' work or ideas in text, but also in other mediums such as computer code, graphics, graphs, and so on. It applies to both published and unpublished content and data from books and journals, as well as unpublished text and data from lectures, theses, and other students' writings. Text, data, and other resources taken from websites must also be attributed.

Learning and applying the principles of good academic conduct from the start of your university career is the greatest strategy to avoid plagiarism. Avoiding plagiarism is more than just double-checking your sources or changing enough words so the examiner doesn't spot your paraphrasing; it's about putting your academic talents to work to make your work the best it can be.

Types of Plagiarism

Cutting and pasting from the Internet.
Internet-derived information must be properly referenced and cited in the bibliography. All content found on the Internet should be carefully evaluated because it is unlikely to have gone through the same scholarly peer review process as established sources.

If you do not offer due recognition to the author whose work you are using, paraphrasing others' work by changing a few words and changing their order, or by closely following the framework of their argument, you are committing plagiarism.
A fleeting mention of the original author in your own material may not be sufficient; you must avoid giving the impression that the paraphrased language or sequence of ideas is entirely your own. It's preferable to write a quick summary of the author's overarching point in your own words and indicate that you're doing so rather than paraphrase specific sections of his or her work. This will ensure that you understand the argument completely and will eliminate the challenge of paraphrasing without plagiarising. All content derived from lectures must also be appropriately attributed.

Inaccurate citation
It's critical to cite correctly, following your discipline's traditions. You must explain where a quoted piece comes from using a footnote or an in-text reference in addition to stating your sources (i.e. in a bibliography). Furthermore, you should not include anything in your bibliography or references that you have not actually read. If you don't have access to a primary source, you must state in your citation that you learned about the work from a secondary source.

Failure to acknowledge assistance
You must expressly identify all sources of help that have aided in the creation of your work, such as suggestions from classmates, laboratory personnel, and other outside sources. This does not have to apply to help from your tutor or supervisor, or to basic proofreading, but it is vital to acknowledge other guidance that leads to significant changes in content or approach.

Why to avoid plagiarism ?
Plagiarism is a serious academic offence. All members of the academic community should acknowledge their obligation to the originators of the ideas, words, and facts that form the basis for their own work as a matter of intellectual honesty. Passing off someone else's work as your own is not only unethical, but it also indicates that you have not completed the learning process. Plagiarism is immoral and can have major ramifications for your future career; it also jeopardises your institution's standards and the degrees it awards.

Because you want to generate high-quality work, you should prevent plagiarism. Once you've mastered the fundamentals of source selection and citation, avoiding plagiarism should be pretty simple. Furthermore, you will gain the extra benefits of increased clarity and quality in your writing. It's crucial to remember that mastering academic writing skills isn't just a useful skill; it's also one that provides credibility and authority to your work, as well as demonstrating your devotion to the principle of intellectual honesty in scholarship.

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