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Plagiarism is when someone wrongfully appropriates and steals another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas or expressions” and then presents them as one’s own original work. It is “considered academic dishonesty and a breach of journalistic ethics.” There are no criminal laws against it. However, in academia and the workplace, it is considered a serious ethical offence.
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As the pandemic eases, many institutions are realizing that properly planned online platforms will allow them to better serve all students, including nontraditional learners. Don Kilburn, the CEO of UMass Online, said, “The nice thing about online education is that it can actually escape geographical boundaries.”
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