|Type of plagiarism
|Results from the disregard for or unawareness of proper scholarly procedures.
|Lack of organization in the research and writing process.
|Incorrectly citing your sources- citing the wrong sources or having incomplete or inaccurate citations.
|Losing track of your words versus another author's.
|Claiming sole authorship of a work that you know to have been largely written by someone else.
|Purchasing a pre-written paper.
|Letting someone else write your paper.
|Creating phony citations.
|These examples do not count as plagiarism, nevertheless, they are serious misuses of source material.
|Misrepresenting someone's ideas or concepts.
|Quoting somebody's words incorrectly.
|Quoting somebody's words out of context.
Plagiarism is when you present someone else’s work or ideas as your own, whether accidentally or intentionally. View UNR’s academic standards policy.