For a generation raised on the ideology of “open source” and the ability to quickly cut and paste, the concept of plagiarism may seem foreign or passé. And that, of course, can lead to trouble. This video examines the behaviors that constitute plagiarism, their consequences, and the best ways to avoid them.
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Developed by Ashley Kitchens, English Instructor and Associate Dean of the Chilton-Clanton Campus of Jefferson State Community College, this handbook will assist with navigating English Composition I and II, understanding rhetorical writing, and writing about literature. The handbook consists of instructional content, exercises for practices, and examples of writing.
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