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This guide was designed to be a general overview of plagiarism. Use the tabs above to learn the definition of plagiarism, to read the official EWC policy on plagiarism, and to link to Web resources that include exercises on recognizing and avoiding plagiarism. (Our thanks to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Library for the use of their guide on plagiarism.)