Prevent plagiarism and fraud

Plagiarism is a violation of copyright as it involves reproducing (parts of) another person’s work without stating the source, and thereby failing to comply with an essential aspect of copyright. Committing plagiarism is considered as fraud. In many cases, however, it is not clear whether the plagiarism is intentional plagiarism, negligence or simply poor source acknowledgement.

A guide about correct references in texts is the Writing & Publishing section of TUlib, a dedicated website about finding and using scientific information.

Consult a special information booklet on fraud and the consequences of committing fraud for students using the LINKS below.

Plagiarism is a violation of copyright as it involves reproducing (parts of) another person’s work without stating the source, and thereby failing to comply with an essential aspect of copyright. Committing plagiarism is considered as fraud. In many cases, however, it is not clear whether the plagiarism is intentional plagiarism, negligence or simply poor source acknowledgement.

A guide about correct references in texts is the Writing & Publishing section of TUlib, a dedicated website about finding and using scientific information.

Consult a special information booklet on fraud and the consequences of committing fraud for students using the LINKS below.

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