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What is plagiarism? 何謂抄襲?


Plagiarism : the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own. (Definition from Oxford Dictionary)

Plagiarism occurs when you use the words or ideas of others without acknowledging that you have done so. It is a form of cheating. 

 

抄襲:「照抄別人的答案、作業、作品當作自己的」。(現代漢語學習詞典, 2010)

抄襲 (或稱剽竊) 指將別人創作的想法或文字當作是自己的。例如使用他人資料卻沒有註明出處,就視為抄襲。

Academic integrity 學術誠信

Plagiarism is a very serious offense. If it is found that you have plagiarized -- no matter intentionally or unintentionally -- you may face serious consequences. You may refer to the "Regulations Governing Academic Integrity and Student Discipline" in your Student Handbook for details.

 

故意從教科書或其他來源抄錄而當作自己的作品含欺騙成份。欺騙或企圖欺騙是嚴重的過失,大學可按照大學規例作出處罰。詳情見學生手冊內的「學術誠信及學生紀律規例」。

Related library guide 相關指南

Guide on "Citing Sources of Information"

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