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Copyright Perspectives: No, You Stole It

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Uploaded on Aug 28, 2008

In this video, Jason is reading over a draft of a paper he's writing. He is visited by a future version of himself, who recognizes part of the paper as being directly copied from another student's project. Since Jason hasn't attributed those ideas to their source, he is guilty of plagiarism. To fix the problem, Jason revises his paper to make it obvious where he got the ideas. Read more at http://copyright.psu.edu/plagiarism/

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