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Information is always at our fingertips, and so is the risk of deliberate or inadvertent plagiarism. To avoid the ethical and legal dilemmas that arise out of plagiarism, a strict policy should be constructed and include:

  • Details on what is considered plagiarism, what is copyright.
  • Expectations around the use of existing content, from a plagiarism and copyright standpoint.
  • Compliance procedure, and mechanisms for non-compliance.

Avoid plagiarism and copyright infringements with a policy that everyone understands and with which they are very familiar.

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Search Code: 28199
Published: October 8, 2010
Last Revised: October 8, 2010

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