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Plagiarism

To plagiarize is...

"presenting and using another’s published or unpublished work... as one’s own, without appropriate referencing...".


Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, & Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. (2016). Tri-Agency framework: Responsible conduct of research. https://rcr.ethics.gc.ca/eng/framework-cadre.html

 

Plagiarism can take different forms, such as:
 

  • taking credit for someone else's creative work;
  • appropriating different items from someone else's work (text excerpts, images, data, tables...) without mentioning the source (book, website, presentation...);
  • express in one's own words the original idea of an author without citing the source.

 

 

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