Instruction: Activation for Advanced Level

Video Case 2 of 2

In this second video case, Professor Kyles points out that Roosevelt has committed plagiarism. Click on the one-minute video to watch.

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Note that different professors and institutions may set a different limit for how many words in sequence can be copied without use of quotation marks. For example, some instructors require quotation marks when more than 3 words in a row are copied from the source.

When you take one of our Certification Tests, we will be using the criterion of copying 7 or more words in sequence from the source without use of quotation marks constitutes word-for-word plagiarism. See all of our criteria.

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