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Business Data - Prof. Hyland: Plagiarism/Citation

Use this guide to conduct in-depth research on various business topics for Prof. Hyland's classes.


This guide is designed to provide information to help you understand and avoid plagiarism. You will also learn about the process of citation to ensure your research is an original work and meets the standards of academic integrity.

Whaddya you Mean I Plagiarized?


Plagiarism Defined


The intentional or unintentional use of someone's work without providing an attribution (citation). Types of work can be text, audio, video, and images.

Types of Plagiarism

 The 10 Most Common Types of Plagiarism in Order of Severity of Intent


"Types of Plagiarism." IParadigms, n.d. Web. 07 May 2015.