Please read the following and then answer the true/false question at the end:

The following is taken from a document entitled Plagiarism: What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It, which was published on the web by Writing Tutorial Services of Indiana University.

"Using another person’s phrases or sentences without putting quotation marks around them is considered plagiarism EVEN IF THE WRITER CITES IN HER OWN TEXT THE SOURCE OF THE PHRASES OR SENTENCES SHE HAS QUOTED.

Strategies for Avoiding Plagiarism


Question (T/F): If I use wording that I copy from the web and do not put the words inside of quotation marks, that is plagiarism, EVEN IF I PROVIDE A REFERENCE TO THE SOURCE.