If you do not cite the source, whether it's just a few words or whole paragraphs, the following all constitute plagiarism:
- Copying from a website, such as Wikipedia.
- Copying from an article in a magazine, journal, or newspaper.
- Copying from a book.
- Copying someone else's work.
- Any form of "copying & pasting" without citing.
- Rewording (paraphrasing) a source, or someone else's work, without citing it.
- Failing to place quotation marks around a direct quote.
- Fabricating citations or providing incorrect references.
- Buying an essay online and turning it in as your own.
- Using a previously written essay from one class in another class.
- Using a photo, image, or artwork without attributing the source.
Source: UW Green Bay Cofrin Library Plagiarism Guide