"Plagiarism" means to use someone else's work without giving credit to the person who created it. When you plagiarize, it is like you are claiming that the original author's ideas, quotes, and data are your own.
These are some of the most common ways that students plagiarize, intentionally or accidentally. Ask yourself if you have done one of these things:
The Library and CAS have resources that can help you fix these issues and avoid plagiarism in the future. Please note that you may need to be logged into Engage or Canvas to access these links.