Plagiarism constitutes the majority of academic ethics violations

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Plagiarism constitutes the majority of academic ethics violations at the School. Plagiarism is defined in the Student Policy and Procedure Memorandum on Academic Ethics as taking for one’s own use the words, ideas, concepts or data of another without proper attribution. Plagiarism includes both direct use or paraphrasing of the words, thoughts, or concepts of another without proper attribution. Proper attribution includes (1) use of quotation marks or single- spacing and indentation for words or phrases directly taken from another source, accompanied by proper reference to that source and (2) proper reference to any source from which ideas, concepts, or data are taken even if the exact words are not reproduced (The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Policy and Procedures Memorandum Students Academic Ethics October 2006) Accurately and appropriately citing your sources is your best defense against any allegations of plagiarism. Ignorance of proper referencing standards or the failure to apply these standards for any reason is not a valid defense. The purpose of this handbook is to provide you with an overview of the school’s standards and expectations regarding referencing and citation.
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