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5 easy tips to avoid accidental plagiarism

Editage Insights | Oct 17, 2013 | 43,215 views
Series Plagiarism

Even if you don't intend to plagiarize, you may accidentally stumble into the trap of plagiarism. This is called Accidental Plagiarism. And it could happen to you if you’ve not mastered publication ethics. This video has some tips on how to avoid accidental plagiarism. If you can think of any more ways by which one can avoid accidental plagiarism, please share your views in the comments section.

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