Examples of plagiarism include, but are not limited to:
Copying answers from a textbook to submit for a grade.
Quoting text or other works without citation when requested by the faculty member to present one's own work.
Submitting a paper or essay obtained from a term paper service or taken from the Internet.
Submitting a paper or report written by another student, a spouse, or a colleague as one's own.
Submitting another student's project, essay, research paper, or computer program as one's own.
Submitting a paper wholly or in substantial part using the exact phrasing of source material.
Submitting a paper closely paraphrased from source material, where the original source material is simply edited with perhaps minor word changes occurring.
Submitting a paper closely paraphrased from source material, splicing together sentences from scattered segments of the original.