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Writing process, Lesson 2
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Which is the worst punishment for accidental and intentional plagiarism?
For intentional it is expulsion, for accidental it is a re-exam
For intentional it is re-exam, for accidental it is an expulsion
For both it is re-exam
For both it is expulsion
In a citation, can you just omit part of the quote?
Yes, as long as the words you write are precise
Yes, if you write "some words omitted" at the end of the quote
Yes, if you write (…) where you omit the words
No, you could change the meaning of the quote by omitting words
How can you refer to text you have published formerly?
You refer to your own publications like any other published text.
You write "(ibid)" after the citation to note that it is from the same author
No need to use citation when it is your own words
Which information is needed if you refer to an oral conversation with a person?
It is not scientific to refer to a conversation noone else can confirm
What can bibliographic software help you with?
Searching literature in several databases at the same time
Keep track of your searches
Transform papers/reports into a standard format
Correct formatting of your report/paper
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