There are rules regarding the use of information that is produced by us or by third parties (copyright) that must be respected:
Copyright, or author's rights, is a set of legal rights that an author holds over his production (scientific, artistic), for a period.
All types of copies and prints are subject to copyright law. Given the restrictions in force, the Library doesn’t copy books. The copies of journal articles for teaching and research purposes is carried out.
The responsibility for compliance with the rules in force, regarding documents lent out, lies with the Library users.
The growing phenomenon of plagiarism, voluntary or involuntary, is worrying academic institutions that are studying ways to prevent and sanction its impact. Many students don’t distinguish when plagiarism is committed, but even though it may happen at the beginning of their studies, ignoring it cannot be accepted as a mere excuse.
Thus, plagiarism is committed when:
How to detect plagiarism:
Strategies to avoid plagiarism:
Most used plagiarism detection programs - Turnitin; Ephorus, Copy tracker, Copyscape, Praise, etc...
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