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ENG 102: Communication Skills II: Plagiarism

Use this guide to locate resources for assignments outlined in ENG 102: Communication Skills II.

NSU Writing Center

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Plagiarism Checkers

Did Shakespeare write his plays? - Natalya St. Clair and Aaron Williams. TED-Ed Published on Feb 24, 2015

Plagiarism In the Catalog

Norfolk State University: Research Misconduct

 

POLICY STATEMENT
The faculty of Norfolk State University, in cooperation with the administration, have developed policies and procedures to prevent, identify, and respond to misconduct in research. Research Misconduct is defined as:
 fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other serious deviation from accepted practices in proposing, carrying out, or reporting results from research;
 material failure to comply with Federal requirements for protection of researchers, human subjects, or the public or for ensuring the welfare of laboratory animals;
 use of research funds for indirect or immediate personal gains except for usual salary and expenses approved in the budget,
 failure to meet other material legal requirements of research;
 failure to comply with established standards regarding author names on publications;
 stealing, destroying, or damaging the research property of others with the intent to alter the research record; and
 directing, encouraging, or knowingly allowing others to engage in fabrication, falsification,
or plagiarism.

Types of Plagiarism