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Succinctly put, plagiarism is unauthorized copying of another’s works. Plagiarism plagues the world of content creation and training, and some of those who must create original content turn plagiarists. Thankfully, the creative individuals far outnumber these unscrupulous few, but it’s important that we understand what copyright and original content means, how creativity is defined and what are the methods through which we can empower and channel your creative energy – and also that we understand what plagiarism is. In the world of content creation, it’s easy to fall prey to plagiarists, and it’s equally easy to unknowingly, unintentionally crossover to the other side.

Meet the First Ever Plagiarist

Plagiarism – The Definition The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines plagiarism as: (Plagiarism is) to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one’s own : use (another’s production) without crediting the source or (Plagiarism is) to commit literary… Continue Reading →

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