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Homiletics: Avoiding Plagiarism

This guide, designed to support the 'Introduction to Homiletics' class, provides links to library materials and homiletical resources.

How to Tell if You’re Plagiarizing

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Online Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the use of someone else's ideas without proper credit. Whenever your writing summarizes, paraphrases, or quotes someone else's work or whenever you use statistics or facts without giving their source, you have fallen into plagiarism. Often plagiarism is unintentional, resulting from a lack of understanding of how to honestly and accurately give credit to the sources you use. For more information on plagiarism and examples of fair and unfair use of another's material, follow the link below.