Question 1 : Mentioning the reference of documents published on the Web (journal or magazine articles, videos, Web sites, etc.) is not necessary because they belong to the public domain.
Question 2 : You must insert full text extract from a document that you have read. What is the proper way to do so while avoiding plagiarism?
a) You copy and paste AND place the desired part between quotation marks.
b) You copy and paste the desired part, AND make sure to italicize AND to indicate the source.
c) You copy and paste, place the desired part between quotation marks AND specify the source.
d) You just have to copy and paste the desired extract.
Question 3 : If you have identified the author of an idea that you express in the first paragraph and you continue in a different paragraph with the ideas of the same author, should you identify the author a second time?
Question 4 : In their book Individu, groupe et organisation, Côté et al. (1986), the authors speak of Bennis: « A climate of trust is essential to any organization to operate healthily. To build confidence, the leader must demonstrate trust, reliability and determination. Bennis reminds us that people prefer to follow a person on whom they can rely on even if they disagree with him, rather than follow someone with whom they agree but that frequently change my mind. Thus, the leader inspires confidence not by seeking consensus, but by being clear and stable in his or her major orientations. Mrs Thatcher, Prime Minister of Great Britain, brilliantly adopted this style of leadership. According to Bennis, this characteristic is of crucial importance for the leader. »
Simply indicate that the idea comes from Bennis.
Indicate that the idea comes from Côté’s book.
Indicate that the idea comes from Bennis which was summarized in Côté’s book.
Question 5 : You attend a lecture by a specialist and you take notes. Can you use his words in writing or media without noting the source work?
Question 6 : You write: "Jacques Cartier discovered Canada in 1534." Should you include the source where you got this information?
Question 7 : Can you reuse the work you've done in a course and present it in a different course?
Question 8 : A student uses an excerpt from another language and translates it in his own words. Could he be accused of plagiarism?
Question 9 : Can you insert a table or figure drawn from a separate document into your final paper?
Question 10 : Penalties for a student guilty of plagiarism can range from a zero mark for a paper to being expulsed from school.
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