Norfolk State University adheres to policies and procedures on plagiarism and academic honesty. There are consequences and the results can be failure for the class, expulsion from the class, or expulsion from the University.
1. Plagiarism of ideas-- "Appropriating an idea (e.g., an explanation, a theory, a conclusion, a hypothesis, a metaphor) in whole or in part, or with superficial modifications without giving credit to its originato."
2. Plagiarism of text-- "Copying a portion of text from another source without giving credit to its author and without enclosing the borrowed text in quotation marks."
3. Mosaic Plagiarism -- "Mosaic plagiarism occurs when a writer reuses a mix of word, phrases, and ideas from a source without indicating which words and ideas have been borrowed and/or without properly citing the source."
4. Self-Plagiarism-- Self-plagiarism is also known as ‘reuse,’ ‘recycling fraud,’ or ‘duplicate publication,’ and consists of a person re-purposing their own written material without providing proper attribution by citing the original content.
5. Cyber-cheating is another form of plagiarism and includes: