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PLAGIARISM GUIDE CONTENTS
Even if you paraphrase or put something into your own words, you still need to cite the original source.
REAL WORLD EXAMPLES
Think plagiarism is just an issue for college students writing research papers? Think again! Check out these real world examples of celebrities being accused of plagiarizing.
Want to check your paper to see whether you have accidentally plagiarized? Here are a couple of free plagiarism checkers that, while not foolproof, can help you check.
VIDEO: AVOIDING PLAGIARISM: WHAT DO I NEED TO CITE?