Answered By: Allison Ball
Last Updated: Jul 05, 2018     Views: 209

Plagiarism is the copying of someone's work and presenting it as your own. Along with cheating in any form, plagiarism is discussed in Seneca's Academic Policy under Section 9, Academic Integrity. The penalties for violating this policy are outlined under section 9.3.

For clarification and examples of what constitutes plagiarism, cheating, falsification, impersonation, misrepresentation, or procurement, see Appendix E of the Academic Policy. For information about the appeals process to dispute decisions, see Section 13 and Appendix C.

Always cite your sources. See Seneca Libraries' MLA and APA Style Guides for information on how to cite, or visit the library in person.

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