This section of the guide was originally created by M. Jacobs. Other editors: D. Mizrachi and S. Lee.
Source: Swartz, P. (2016). "Oops, I plagiarized." Bruin Success with Less Stress: Plagiarism. Retrieved from http://guides.library.ucla.edu/bruin-success/citing. [Accessed January 3, 2017]
Plagiarism is the presentation of another’s words or ideas as if they were your own without giving credit to the other person, including but not limited to:
Source: UCLA Office of the Dean of Students’ Student Guide to Academic Integrity.
You are expected to demonstrate integrity in all of your academic endeavors and plagiarism is a violation of that integrity. There are different forms of academic dishonesty:
Source: Dougherty, K., Lee, S. (2012). Avoiding plagiarism: A workshop on citation [PowerPoint slides].