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Intellectual Property Guidelines

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Plagiarism

  • Plagiarism is one of the most serious offenses in an academic community.  "Plagiarism is academic theft. It is the use of another’s idea or words without proper attribution or credit. An author’s work is his/her property and should be respected by documentation. Plagiarism from the Internet is no different from traditional plagiarism, and is in fact often far easier to catch with the use of technology available to instructors and administrators" (UCSB Office of Judicial Affairs, "Academic Integrity at UCSB: A Student's Guide").  See the online .pdf version of the guide for a fuller explanation of plagiarism (and other forms of academic dishonesty) as well details about how UCSB handles plariarism cases procedurally: http://judicialaffairs.sa.ucsb.edu/pdf/academicintegflyer.pdf)

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