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Plagiarism Prevention Workshop: Test Your Knowledge, Part 1

Polls

Which of these need to be cited?
Direct quotation: 3 votes (11.54%)
Long quotation: 0 votes (0%)
Paraphrase: 0 votes (0%)
All of the above: 23 votes (88.46%)
Total Votes: 26
Are you able to use the same paper that you wrote for different assignments/classes?
Sure, why not? It's my paper; I wrote it!: 2 votes (8.33%)
No, never!: 17 votes (70.83%)
It depends?: 5 votes (20.83%)
Total Votes: 24
How many times do you need to cite a source in your paper?
Once and you're done.: 0 votes (0%)
As many times as you use it, you should cite it.: 22 votes (100%)
It depends on the type of source.: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 22
Do you need to give credit to anything you take off of the internet?
No, because it's just the internet. It's free for everyone to use however they want!: 0 votes (0%)
Yes, always. Anything that didn't come from your own thoughts and brain must be cited, always.: 22 votes (100%)
You only need to cite if you use more than three words from a source on the internet.: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 22
If you work in a group, are all group members allowed to use the information obtained through the “group think”?
Yes: 12 votes (52.17%)
No: 6 votes (26.09%)
It depends?: 5 votes (21.74%)
Total Votes: 23
Are the penalties different if you plagiarize intentionally or unintentionally?
Intentional plagiarism is worse, so it is punished more severely.: 1 votes (4.35%)
It doesn't matter--plagiarism is plagiarism.: 22 votes (95.65%)
Total Votes: 23

How do you know when to cite?

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