If you would like to cite your poster on your resume or curriculum vitae (CV), the APA format would look like this:
If you would like to cite your oral presentation on your resume or curriculum vitae (CV), the APA format would look like this:
Copyright infringement and plagiarism might arise from the same actions, but the two are independent offenses, and copyright infringement is the only one of them punishable under federal law.
Plagiarism is the quoting or other incorporation of material that was created by someone else without your acknowledging its source, implying or otherwise leading to the inference that the incorporated material was your own. The way to avoid plagiarism is to always attribute the work of others when you incorporate it into your own work, regardless whether you use direct quotations.
Copyright infringement occurs when you reproduce all or part of the work of others, if that is not allowed by one of the limitations, regardless whether you attribute the work to its original source.
If you copy someone else's material without attribution, then you may be committing both plagiarism and copyright infringement. If you copy it while attributing it to the original author, but do not have the copyright holder's permission or are not within one of the limitations, you are not committing plagiarism but you may be infringing the copyright.
Although plagiarism is not a criminal offense, it is a serious breach of ethics, especially in an academic community.
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