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Plagiarism Prevention Module

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Plagiarism is not only copying directly the words or phrases of another author. It also includes using another author’s form-- the structure of their sentences, paragraphs, or wording.

Changing keywords, switching sentences around, or changing tenses still constitutes plagiarism if not cited appropriately.

Learn more about "patchwriting" from poynter.com