Please read the following and then answer
the true/false question at the end:
The following is taken from a document entitled
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
Put in quotations everything that comes directly from
the text especially when taking notes.
Paraphrase, but be sure you are not just rearranging
or replacing a few words. Instead, read over what you want to paraphrase
carefully; cover up the text with your hand, or close the text so you can’t
see any of it (and so aren’t tempted to use the text as a “guide”). Write
out the idea in your own words without peeking.
Check your paraphrase against the original text to
be sure you have not accidentally used the same phrases or words, and that
the information is accurate."
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.