Union County College's Academic Integrity Policy
Ideas in words, ideas, pictures, interview, conversations, etc. created by someone else that are presented by you (in any format), need to be documented. Once you take this idea and present it in any medium, be it print, video, audio, etc. you will need to document the source. An exception would be “common knowledge,” meaning something known by most people.
There are usually three ways to present someone else’s original work in your written paper:
More about these strategies can be found at “Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing” in Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab.
Union County College: Plagiarism Policy
Any UCC student who is found guilty in violation of academic integrity by a faculty member is subject to any or all of the following actions: