BIG Idea takes plagiarism very seriously. Below are 5 examples of plagiarism as defined by Scribbr. Where the definitions below reference ‘someone else’s’ words or ideas, keep in mind that this also means words or ideas generated by artificial intelligence tools.
“Plagiarism comes in many forms, some more severe than others—from rephrasing someone’s ideas without acknowledgement to stealing a whole essay. These are the five most common types of plagiarism:
- Global plagiarism means passing off an entire text by someone else as your own work.
- Verbatim plagiarism means directly copying someone else’s words.
- Paraphrasing plagiarism means rephrasing someone else’s ideas to present them as your own.
- Patchwork plagiarism means stitching together parts of different sources to create your text.
- Self-plagiarism means recycling your own past work.”