Abide by the Student Code of Conduct
All online students are required to abide by the Southeast Missouri
State University Student Code of Conduct. You can find the complete
Here you’ll find
information on plagiarism, academic honesty, civil policies, and the
student judicial affairs process.
to Stephen Wilhoit, author of "Helping Student Avoid Plagiarism," each
of the following activities constitutes an instance of plagiarism:
a paper purchased from a research service or term paper mill.
- Submitting another student's work with or without that student's knowledge.
- Submitting a paper written by a peer.
- Copying a paper from a source text without proper acknowledgment.
- Copying materials from a source text, supplying proper documentation, but leaving out quotation marks.
- Paraphrasing or summarizing materials from a source without appropriate documentation.
- Turning in one paper for two or more different classes without the express permission of all the instructors involved.
- Turning in a paper from a "free term paper" website.1
College Teaching 42 (Fall 1994): 161-164.
also provides useful resources including a Style Guide for Citing
Your Sources at
http://library.semo.edu/learn/citing.shtml and an Online
Tutorial for Citing Your Sources at
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