Plagiarism

Plagiarism, crediting and good citation practice – short version All researchers are, to some extent or other, standing on the shoulders of their predecessors. It is therefore quite normal and necessary for researchers to include something which others have written in their works. In such a case it is vital that your references are accurate. Otherwise you […]

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Good citation practice and reproduction of artistic works etc.

[Under construction] General information The article on plagiarism published at the Researcher Portal refers to the general legal and research ethical requirements for use of the work of others.  These general standards on the use of the work of others are supplemented by more precise legal rules regarding quotations and reproduction of works of art […]

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Overlapping publications and self-plagiarism

  General information Researchers’ re-use of (parts of) their own previous research publications or the material on which these publications are based gives rise to a number of legal and research ethical considerations. In this connection different types of cases can be identified: Publication of the same script more than once (actual duplicate publication) Publication of […]

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