Q. What is self-plagiarism?

Answer

Reusing your own work is self-plagiarism. This is a violation of the Academic Integrity Policy. The policy states that it is not permissible to reuse work (including discussion posts, sections of papers, or entire assignments) that you have previously submitted, either in the current class or in prior courses.

 

 

  • Last Updated Sep 11, 2020
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  • Answered By Amber Eakin

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